San Francisco, California – OpenTable, Inc. (www.opentable.com), the leading provider of free, online restaurant reservations for diners as well as guest and table management systems for
restaurants, today announced that the company seated more than two million diners via online reservations during the month of May. The number of diners seated through online reservations each
month has doubled over the last 16 months.
“It took nearly four years for OpenTable to seat our first two million diners. Now we’re serving that same number of guests each month,” said Jeff Jordan, chief executive officer at OpenTable.
“It’s clear that online reservations are now broadly accepted as a quick, convenient and reliable way for consumers, concierges and administrative assistants to routinely secure a table at more
than 7,000 fine restaurants.”
About OpenTable, Inc.
OpenTable is the leading supplier of restaurant reservation, table management and marketing software as well as the top provider of free, real-time online reservations to diners. More than
7,000 restaurants have adopted the OpenTable System, and more than 41 million diners have been seated through OpenTable.com. The company works with many distribution partners, including AOL
CityGuide, Chicago Tribune’s metromix.com, Citysearch.com, DiRoNA, Gayot, Los Angeles Times’ calendarlive.com, NYC & Company, Time Out New York, San Francisco Chronicle’s sfgate.com,
washingtonpost.com, Yahoo! Inc. and Zagat.