Meal Ticket, an end-to-end business management service for foodservice distributors, and MarketMan, an inventory management and supplier automation platform for restaurants, have merged to combine their complementary software services. The deal is backed by an investment worth over $100 million from PSG, a growth equity firm.

Meal Ticket’s platform provides software services and delivers customer-first insights to help distributors better serve its customers and increase sales. MarketMan’s cloud based inventory management software allows restaurants to manage inventory and orders, monitor purchasing and food costs, and analyze backroom operations to save time and drive profitability.

The combined firm will continue to operate their product lines while also developing new products together to serve to customers around the globe. The firm intends on expanding its team headcount in its Tel Aviv and New York Offices.

“Meal Ticket and MarketMan are natural complements to each other’s businesses,”said Wink Jones, CEO of Meal Ticket. “Meal Ticket analyzes over $40 billion in supply chain transactions from its food distributor customers, while MarketMan has a significant footprint of over 7,000 paying restaurant locations around the globe buying from thousands of distributors. Together, we have the ability to enhance the restaurant operator’s experience, create new software for the foodservice supply chain, and offer ordering and payment solutions that benefit restaurants and distributors.”

MarketMan’s investors include Flashpoint Venture Capital and Lool ventures. Oppenheimer & Co. served as financial advisor to MarketMan.