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Innovative Restaurant Consulting Selects Sterling as Preferred Payment Processor

November 5, 2013

Innovative Restaurant, an Atlanta-based restaurant consulting firm, has selected Sterling Payment Technologies as its preferred Aldelo payment-processing provider.

Innovative Restaurant Consulting Selects Sterling as Preferred Payment Processor
Innovative Restaurant provides turnkey development services for the restaurant industry.

Sterling Payment Technologies is proud to announce that Innovative Restaurant, an Atlanta-based restaurant consulting firm, has selected Sterling as its preferred Aldelo payment-processing provider.

 Sterling’s payment processing services will be bundled with Aldelo’s Restaurant POS Software to create a complete, seamless point of sale solution for restaurants.
 
Innovative Restaurant provides turnkey development services for the restaurant industry, from choosing location to sales/cost analysis and choosing a POS solution. The company is an Aldelo Gold Level Sales Partner. 
 
Gary Haddad, CEO at Innovative Restaurant Consulting, owned and managed successful restaurants for 20 years. His restaurants emphasized good food and equally good service. As a result, he partners with companies that are as dedicated to serving the customer as they are to selling quality products.
 
“Aldelo is well known for its innovations in restaurant POS products, and Sterling offers competitive processing rates, as well as fast service,” Haddad said. “Sterling also offers financing and billing options that helps small-restaurant owners afford the equipment and inventory they need to operate their businesses.”
 
Earlier this year, Aldelo, LP, an international restaurant POS software developer based in Pleasanton, California, named Sterling as its preferred payment processor for their sales dealers and customers.
 
“Sterling is proud to be a payment processor for Innovative Restaurant Consulting,” said Gary Staub, Sterling’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer.  “Both of our companies have a goal of providing businesses with the products and services they need to be successful.”
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