Restaurant technology solutions firm Dineout on Friday said it has acquired Binge Digital, a Delhi-based food tech platform.
The acquisition is in line with Dineout's latest product announcement Dine-In, the company said in a statement.
The financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
The founding members of Binge Digital -- Naman Jain, Prakhar Agarwal and Preksha Singla -- have joined the Dineout team, it added.
"We are happy and excited to announce the acquisition of Binge Digital which through its cutting edge technology will enable us to bolster our product portfolio, especially the newly launched digital menu product Dine-In," said Dineout Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Ankit Mehrotra.
This is Dineout's fourth acquisition after inResto, Gourmet Passport and Torqus to further accelerate the platforms capabilities and revolutionise the dining-out industry, the statement said.
"Our integration with Dine-In will be a revolutionary step in the food industry which will offer a pleasing experience to consumers and will help restaurants up their game," Binge Digital co-founder Prakhar Agarwal said.
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