From point-of-sale to enterprise management, online ordering to restaurant marketing, Granbury Restaurant Solutions (GRS) has brought together experienced industry leaders to provide our customers with end-to-end technology solutions and superior service. With roots in quick service, pizza, delivery, fast casual and full service, our solutions are comprehensive and tuned to your unique needs. Our innovative approach to restaurant technology development and implementation enables our clients to maximize their technology dollars and minimize the complexity of managing their operation.
GRS was formed in 2010 with the acquisition of 5 leading hospitality industry technology players: DiamondTouch, FireFly Technologies, Vital Link, LetsGet, and Pizzeria Sales Builder. With this foundation and an aggressive growth and acquisition plan, GRS offers a stable of solutions for your operation.
Granbury Restaurant Solutions is backed by Granbury Technologies, Inc (GTI), a private investment vehicle established in 1997 by Michael E. Greenough. With experienced resources in the Americas, Europe and Latin America, GTI is uniquely positioned to provide flexible capital along with local operational expertise and support.
GRS is also backed by Corcovado Advisors Ltd (Corcovado), a BVI Private Investment Fund, specializing in technology investments with global footprint. Corcovado provides experience, knowledge and extensive capital for companies' growth and expansion. Covering every region and with a widespread presence in emerging markets such as Asia Pacific and Latin America, Corcovado offers an unique opportunity, matching investors and customers in high yield competitive environments.
Granbury's CEO and President, Tom Bronson, was previously President of DiamondTouch Inc., a leading industry provider of point-of-sale solutions, until DiamondTouch was acquired by Granbury in 2010. Tom has extensive experience in leading sales and operations and is committed to customer service.
Granbury's COO Mark Rosenberg has an extensive background in software company management. As senior vice president of a large enterprise software company, Mark directed global customer service and support and managed the company's global infrastructure and internal systems. Mark was an integral part of the executive management team, which saw revenues grow from $100M to $800 million in less than five years via a combination of organic and acquisition growth. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in M&A activity, as well as due diligence, analysis and evaluation, together with successful integration efforts post-closing.