Olo: Restaurants' Savior Armed With Cash, In Search Of Catalyst To Reignite Growth

Jan. 26, 2022 8:24 AM ETOlo Inc. (OLO)DASH, PAR7 Comments


  • Olo facilitates digital ordering and helps restaurants to wrestle back direct customer relationships from marketplaces.
  • Revenue & Gross Margins expanded over the past few years, but margins might begin to stagnate with limited scope of product offerings.
  • The acquisition of Wisley was not a cheap deal, and it remains to be seen how it value-adds to Olo’s portfolio.
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