I organize a monthly grass-root entrepreneurship in Austin called "House of Genius". Brandon representing TapSaavy was one of our recent presenters. TapSaavy is doing a great job of applying Lean and MVP methodologies to try to bring a new solution to a crowded space.
Crowded but not impressive yet. Most products make a buffet of reviews + mobile + gamification without truly understanding the problem or the user behavior. TapSaavy is taking a slower path but a deeper path that has the potential to truly solve the core problem in this space.
The team looks solid, they are hungry, eager to learn and are getting really good at failing fast and learning well. I am excited to see their product evolution over the next year.
I continue to be impressed with the founders of TapSavvy since the first time I met Yaniv, Brandon and Ramin.
They are true entrepreneurs – full of passion, smarts and a strong desire to succeed.
TapSavvy is solving some real problems in an industry that is ripe for change. I like their solution and more importantly I know that they aren’t afraid to make the necessary adjustments along the way to capitalize on the right opportunities at the right time.
I believe TapSavvy has a high probability of succeeding and helping restaurants all over the world provide better service. I look forward to seeing them grow.
I have had the pleasure of watching the TapSavvy team launch TableTalk and follow its evolution. Yaniv and Brandon are focused and spot on with the direction they are taking their initial product. This offers instant feedback unavailable to restaurant owners with "traditional" comment card solutions. The time from the back of a napkin to revenue is commendable.
I have worked with restaurant solutions for twenty years. TableTalk offers great value as is, but Yaniv and his team have much more coming.
Vesta Partners, Inc
I have been impressed with TapSavvy since I first met the founders Yaniv and Brandon. They are true entrepreneurs full of passion, smarts and a strong desire to succeed. TapSavvy is solving some real problems in an industry that has a tendency to be complacent. I like their solution and more importantly they know that they won't be afraid to make adjustments along the way to find the right opening at the right time. I think TapSavvy has a real chance of breaking through and helping us all get better service at restaurants all over the world. I look forward to seeing them grow.