The Inventor of An Innovative Point of Sale System

#33 - Onur Haytac, 37 - Founder and CEO of Benseron
Benseron was founded in 2004 and forged out of “a need for a more innovative point of sale system” explains the company’s CEO, Onur Haytac. Haytac stumbled upon the multi-billion dollar industry during his time working for a restaurant owner on a payment system. Soon after he realized the perks of the business, Benseron began implementing its own proprietary point of sale software, called Bevo POS, in 2013.
Benseron is an impressive leader in the Restaurant POS industry. As a direct manufacturer, it is able to utilize creativity and innovation to specialize in exceptional custom design and customer service for the restaurant industry. Onur is very passionate about learning, entrepreneurship, technology and holding a very high standard for food service providers. “This is why I am able to add value to the restaurant POS industry. When I came to the US, I was a struggling immigrant student with a B.S. in Economics. My goal was to earn an M.S. in Computer Information Systems. Following graduate school, I worked as a network engineer. This experience, along with a strong desire to succeed and be an entrepreneur, led me to where I am today,” he says.

In 2004, following a late night call from a friend to fix a software glitch at his Subway restaurant, a fuse was lit that soon became Benseron Information Technologies, Inc. Amazingly, Benseron's first customers were 400 Subway restaurants. To better learn the restaurant industry, he purchased a Subway and used it to test his POS software. With a unique combination of passion, trade knowledge and an innate understanding of technology along with holding a very high standard for food service providers, he was able to determine exactly what a POS system needed to offer. The rest is history.
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