Slice, an online ordering platform designed to help small pizzerias compete with large chains, has raised $43 million in a series C round of funding led by KKR.
Founded out of New York in 2009, Slice provides all the technological infrastructure, payment systems, customer service, and marketing to help restaurants capitalize on the $46 billion U.S. pizza market.
Slice also makes money from additional add-on services, including a new Slice Delivery service that’s available in beta just now for some outlets that currently offer pickup only.
We’re looking to roll this [Slice Delivery] out broadly in the very near future.”Slice had previously raised around $30 million, including a $15 million tranche a year ago.
As restrictions shift in many states, Slice is well-financed to target pizzerias eager to get business back up and running.

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