VICTORIA, BC, Canada – Cuboh, the highest rated online ordering manager for modern restaurants, continues to grow with the appointment of Brandon Ellis as their new Chief Technology Officer. In 2019, Cuboh took home third place and top regional startup in our annual New Ventures BC Competition, presented by Innovate BC.
The Canadian startup oversubscribed their seed round in March 2020, raising $1.6M CAD with Altair Capital, Good News Ventures and Dash40 Ventures. “This investment has helped us grow our customer success, sales and development teams more than 200% overall,” said Cuboh Co-Founder & CEO Juan Orrego. “We need to continue growing the team at this speed to satisfy our increasing customer needs in this pandemic environment, which has put more emphasis on online ordering.”
Orrego continued, as Cuboh is a technological solution, “the keystone to these new hires was the CTO; we needed a seasoned executive. Someone with experience in growing a small national start-up to a global enterprise with employees and customers worldwide.”
Ellis was the perfect fit, having played an integral role in growing Checkfront – a Canadian company that offers an online booking system for tours, activities, and rentals – from 3 to 80+ employees over the last six years. “Brandon has been an immediate fit for Cuboh, and with his expertise we’re all excited to see where we go next” added Tyler Gellatly, Cuboh’s Director of Operations & Partnerships.
As of June 2020, Cuboh serves 1,000+ locations in the US, Canada, and increasingly in Australia where it just launched its operations with the help of a strategic partnership with Square.
Cuboh is the preferred restaurant solution for online ordering consolidation and POS direct integration. Headquartered in Victoria, BC, Canada, Cuboh integrates delivery apps such as Uber Eats, Doordash, and Chownow with restaurant’s Point-of-Sale (POS) systems. Its solution replaces all other delivery app tablets and enables restaurants to consolidate data, increase online orders, and drive profits via new revenue streams.