Online and mobile reservation service OpenTable released its third quarter financial results, which showed significant year-over-year gains in revenue, restaurant installations and total seated diners.
Most notably, the publicly traded company posted $24.5 million in total revenues for Q3 2010, a 44% increase over the same quarter last year.
OpenTable is also reporting a 52% increase in year-over-year diners with 15.4 seated diners for this past quarter. The company now says it has a client base of 13,025 restaurants in North America — a 26% increase since September 30, 2009.
Yeah. Hmmm. 15 million people were seated using social media? Now tell me again why restaurants should care about social… 😀
- OpenTable Mobile Apps Drive a Quarter Billion Dollars in Revenue for Restaurant Partners (eon.businesswire.com)