Na’ama Moran, CEO and Co-founder of Silicon Valley-based Sourcery Technologies, Inc., has been named the winner of the 2017 Top Woman in Foodservice Technology in the Innovator category by Hospitality Technology Magazine. The Top Women in Foodservice Technology awards will be presented live at the 2017 Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference from March 7-9th at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
“Before fintech, before coding, and before hedge funds, I knew food. Growing up on a turkey farm helped me appreciate the importance of one of humanity’s most basic needs. Over the course of growing Sourcery, I identified an underserved market that could benefit from my specific skill set: the food service and hospitality industry,” said Moran.
This program aims to recognize and honor a diverse array of females in the foodservice technology industry, from restaurants and technology suppliers, who are reimagining how things are done in restaurants while demonstrating excellence in leadership, inventiveness and skill. The Innovator Award in particular, is presented to women who are forward thinkers and who have executed on tools and strategy to transform the foodservice technology space in a positive manner by creating or deploying emerging technologies that re-imagine how things are done while paving the way for future technologies.
Na’ama is co-Founder and CEO of Sourcery Technologies, Inc.
She applies her extensive entrepreneurial experience with a “magic” financial technology (fintech) solution. Through Sourcery, Moran tapped into her passion for technology, the food and hospitality industry, and fintech. Sourcery is a fintech solution at its finest: easy to use and exceptionally effective.
Sourcery’s client list includes Airbnb, Dropbox, Snap Kitchen, Palantir, and others. By recognizing market demand and pairing it with her knowledge, Sourcery has raised more than $7 million in funding.