Dyne, a Vancouver, Canada-based B2B SaaS company that provides in-depth analytics to the restaurant industry, raised $1.6 million in an oversubscribed seed funding round to expand its innovative analytics platform for restaurants.
Notable investors in the tech industry, including Weave VC, Sprout VC, Inverted Ventures, and family offices, has contributed to the funds raised.
The funds will be used to further develop their analytics platform, expand their reach to new cities across North America, and enhance their research and development process to train and patent ML models.
Dyne plans to launch in new cities across North America with the goal to gain more clients and help restaurants not just in the major cities, but across Canada.
“Our product is unique as it offers a combination of AI-driven analytics and a community mobile app that connects people over food,” said Dyne’s CEO, Arnav. “Our mobile app provides continuous user sentiment analysis, coupon and event loyalty programs, AI market/pricing recommendations, and a competitive coupon marketplace.”
The company specializes in providing in-depth analytics to the restaurant industry, and its innovative analytics platform helps restaurants analyze their sales, inventory, and customer data while providing recommendations to help restaurants make better-informed decisions.
Company: Dyne Technologies, Inc.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: March 2023
Additional Investors: Weave VC, Sprout VC, Inverted Ventures, and family offices
Company Website: https://www.dyneapp.ca/t
Software Category: Revenue and Marketing Solutions
About the Company: Dyne was founded in 2021 with the vision of empowering restaurants with data-driven insights to help them make better-informed decisions and increase their top-end cash flow. Dyne is a B2B SaaS company that offers AI-driven revenue and marketing solutions to the restaurant industry. Dyne’s innovative analytics platform is designed to help restaurants gain valuable insights from their data, which ultimately helps them increase their profitability. The platform collects data from various sources, including customer satisfaction, foot traffic, and point-of-sale integrations, to build a comprehensive “Dine-In” dataset. The company’s goal is to enhance operational excellence by improving its quality of service and providing more value to its clients.