RTO is a technology company servicing the hospitality industry with online ordering solutions that cater to restaurants individual needs. We are an experienced provider of corporate and franchise solutions, and is an industry leader in creating customized, integrated web sites that match each restaurant’s unique flavor.

Our focus on seamless transactions and complete customer service places us in the top echelon of online ordering providers.


RTO started in a small sandwich shop in Corona, CA in 2002. The sandwich shop was looking for an online ordering solution to better service their customers. RTO completed the website and made online ordering a success.

Since then, RTO has continued to improve technologies in the online ordering industry. These improvements include:
1. End-to-end Online Ordering solutions for restaurant chains
2. In-depth Restaurant Notification system
3. Web-based call center solution


RTO continues to explore and implement creative solutions. Our success is based upon going above and beyond in these categories:
1. World Class Customer Service
2. Highly customized cutting edge software
3. Marketing consulting to make Online Ordering a success in YOUR restaurant


Jason Kiefer – President and Founder.

Jason has over 15 years in the restaurant industry, and worked at many positions in the industry, from busser to bartender. Jason received his BS in Physics with an emphasis in business from Cal-State University Fullerton..

“Technology is a key factor in the success of a restaurant. My job is to educate restaurants about how technology can help their business, and add to their profits with products that RTO develops.”

Emad Farraj – Vice President of Operations.
Emad worked in technology since 1999. His work includes developing many complex systems in the Aerospace, pharmaceutical and restaurant industries. Emad received his BS in Computer Science from the University of California at Irvine, and is a Sun certified enterprise architect.

“Technology needs to be easy to use for the end user. It is also key to have a small installation footprint in order to not interrupt current operations”