Onosys provides a complete digital ordering platform that enables restaurant chains to extend their unique brand experience to today’s tech-savvy consumers. Our enterprise platform combines ordering, loyalty, payments, call center, 1:1 marketing tools and more into a single, customizable solution for increasing sales and customer engagement. Leading brands including Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Boston Pizza and Penn Station East Coast Subs rely on Onosys to optimize their online ordering channels. Since its inception, Onosys has processed nearly $1 billion in total food sales.
In 2016, Onosys joined with sister company Splick.it, which powers mobile apps, online ordering, and loyalty for millions of users at over 1,750 (and growing) restaurant locations. Today our goal remains the same as we continue to enable brands with tools to reach, acquire, and retain customers. We're continually innovating and creating new technologies that help fulfill our mission.
Rob spent 20 years as an investment adviser and manager with EF Hutton, Paine Webber and Smith Barney. As an investor, he has served on the board of numerous startups and charitable organizations.
Tarek has held various management positions from Fortune 100 companies to Internet startups, leading technical and marketing teams.
Matthew has over a dozen years of experience in the software industry working for Fortune 500 companies and fast pace internet companies alike. He has spent the last several years at ONOSYS leading the software development, design, and QA teams, streamlining processes, and maintaining a secure hosting environment for PCI compliance.
As Principal Architect and Sr. Manager of Engineering, Ryan's knowledge and vision have guided ONOSYS in the development of the restaurant industry's most flexible and capable online ordering platform. Prior to his work with ONOSYS, Ryan developed technological solutions for the manufacturing and banking industries at Parker Hannifin and Citizen's Bank.
Kevin brings a deep and diverse background in marketing to the team having held senior level marketing positions at Pita Pit USA, Timberland, Coleman Outdoors, and Kellogg’s. He is also an adjunct professor of marketing at Gonzaga University where he teaches marketing to the next generation of business leaders.
Jeff has over 30 years in the travel and transportation industry and currently serves as the CEO of Surf Air, a new startup aviation company based in California. Previously, he was COO for Intrawest, LLC and also served as CEO for one of its portfolio companies, Alpine-CMH.
Before coming to Intrawest, Jeff was CEO for Exclusive Resorts, LLC where he led the largest Luxury Destination Club through one of the most challenging economic times in recent memory. He remains a Board member for the Steve Case owned company.
Prior to Exclusive Resorts, he was President and CEO of Frontier Airlines. He also held the CEO title with Vanguard Airlines in early 2000.
He serves on the Board for several leading edge tech startups and holds Board positions with Colorado State Bank and Trust, Junior Achievement, and the Metropolitan State University of Denver Foundation.
R. David Hoover retired from Ball Corporation as chief executive officer in January 2011 after 41 years of service. He retired as Chairman of the Board of Directors in 2013.
Mr. Hoover serves on the boards of Ball Corporation, Eli Lilly and Company, Energizer Holdings, Inc., Steelcase Inc., and Splick.it. He is a former member of the board of the National Association of Manufacturers and former member and past chair of the Can Manufacturers Institute.
Mr. Hoover is a member and past chair of the board of trustees of DePauw University and serves on the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Dean’s Council. He is also a director of Boulder Community Health and Children’s Hospital Colorado.
John Spiers is a serial entrepreneur based in Boulder, CO. He co-founded venture-backed LeftHand Networks, a market leader in virtualized, scale-out data storage, and served as LeftHand’s Chief Technology Officer. In 2010 John co-founded NexGen Storage, developing the market’s first data storage system architected for flash memory, and served as NexGen’s CEO.
John was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award finalist in 2005 & 2006, and was selected by Boulder Chamber of Commerce for the Esprit Entrepreneur of Distinction award in 2006. John is a graduate from Colorado State University with a degree in Engineering.