Industry News | April 27, 2013

HyperActive Technologies Grows Orders by 57% in Q1

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HyperActive Technologies, a technology solutions company for the quick-service restaurant industry, marks 57 percent growth in orders for the first quarter 2013 over first quarter 2012.

The growth was propelled by the expansion of the company’s suite of drive-thru products, including the HyperView PE order confirmation display (OCD), and DriveTime Cloud drive-thru management system.

“The leading quick-service restaurants in the country look to us because we deliver truly reliable technological solutions they require to improve operational excellence,” says Joe Porfeli, CEO, HyperActive Technologies. “Our rapid growth is testament to the confidence brands and franchisees have in our commitment to helping them achieve greater profitability via the drive thru.”

HyperView PE is powered by a single CAT5e cable and saves operators money by reducing or eliminating electrical installation costs. It also delivers the industry’s lowest cost of ownership.

DriveTime Cloud is the industry’s most advanced drive-thru management system, which provides and stores data via cloud computing for less than half the price compared to other models.

The original HyperView OCD, and the QTimer drive-thru management system round out the company’s technologies for restaurants.

HyperView or HyperView PE have approved vendor status with more than 40 brands, including Jack In The Box, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, Subway, Dairy Queen, Arby’s, and Taco Bell, among others.

“Now, by harnessing the power of HyperView PE and DriveTime Cloud, restaurateurs understand how our products can positively impact customer service, guest loyalty, and profitability at the drive-thru window,” says Dan Villas, vice president of sales, HyperActive Technologies.

He says restaurateurs get the added value of knowing HyperActive Technologies’ OCD products will outperform any other product on the market, particularly in the harshest weather and environmental conditions.

Porfeli says the company’s success is rooted in listening to the marketplace and operator frustration with older, competitive drive-thru technologies that have not kept pace with the times.

“We are focused on staying ahead of the industry’s needs, including providing the lowest failure rate among restaurant technology providers, as well as the lowest cost of ownership as proof of our leadership,” Porfeli says.

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