The deal will mean that the combined Dimmi ResDiary system will run in more restaurants in Australia than any competitor system.
The agreement is a move towards the companies’ joint ambition to provide restaurant partners with the most innovative approach available in the industry,
Mike Conyers, CEO of Glasgow-headquartered Res Diary, said: "Dimmi is a huge online portal for diners in Australia, with a great affiliate network, and this exclusive agreement represents a win-win-win scenario for everyone involved."
The plan is for the partners to invest heavily in the combined reservation system in a bid to better meet the needs of Australian restaurants.
Stevan Premutico, CEO of Dimmi said: "We are thrilled to announce that Dimmi and ResDiary have strengthened our partnership for the Australian market.
"This comes at an exciting time for us having recently celebrated taking over as Australia’s leading reservation system and seating our seven millionth diner.
"Before we launched in Australia, restaurants were paying an arm and a leg for a reservation system so we sought to make it an affordable necessity.
"High costs were forcing restaurants to be kept in the dark ages with most still using old school and hugely out of date pen and paper diaries.
"The world around us was being digitised but the restaurant industry was stuck in the dark ages - it was crazy. Today, ResDiary is now the most used reservation system in Australia".
ResDiary, which began operating in 2006, now supplies more than 4,500 restaurants globally, processing 1.5 million covers each month.
The system is used by top Scottish chefs Martin Wishart and Tom Kitchin and in high profile restaurants including London’s House of Commons, the Royal Opera House and Blenheim Palace,
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