EMN8 Inc. has acquired Snapfinger, a service that allows users to place food orders from restaurants via the company's website or mobile application.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
San Diego-based EMN8, which also has an office in Los Angeles, specializes in designing digital ordering services for the casual dining sector.
The announcement that it picked up Snapfinger comes just as EMN8 raised $50 million in a round of funding led by venture capital firms Sid R. Bass Associates and Allegis Capital.
Earlier in June, online ordering also caught the attention of private equity firm HGGC, which invested in MyWebGrocer Inc. The Winooski, Vt.-based company lets users download coupons and order their grocery list items online and have them delivered.