Fresh off announcing a $43 million round of Series C funding, pizza delivery app Slice is partnering with Ethyca to protect user privacy. Slice is the end-to-end ordering and marketing platform that helps local pizzerias enable and build their digital and online presence. Their platform includes website development, digital marketing, online ordering, and payment processing. The …
Fresh off announcing a $43 million round of Series C funding, pizza delivery app Slice is partnering with Ethyca to protect user privacy.
Slice is the end-to-end ordering and marketing platform that helps local pizzerias enable and build their digital and online presence. Their platform includes website development, digital marketing, online ordering, and payment processing. The platform is easy to use, allowing local pizzerias (normally not the most tech-savvy) to compete directly with international pizza chains and food delivery apps.
While tasty pizza is the core reason that customers turn to Slice, it’s no longer the entire pie. Now app users can feast secure in the knowledge that their personal information is being managed according to best-in-class privacy compliance standards via Ethyca’s cloud privacy software.
Said Ethyca CEO Cillian Kieran:
“Slice’s recent successful funding round shows the tremendous optimism the business community has for the app’s future. We’re happy to add world-class, automated privacy into that mix. With Ethyca, Slice’s team can spend more time refining their excellent product and less time sifting through databases in order to satisfy privacy requirements.”
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