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Better Buy for 2022: Olo vs. Toast

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Better Buy for 2022: Olo vs. Toast
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Toast (NYSE: TOST) and Olo (NYSE: OLO) are the leaders in this push for a technology-centric restaurant operation, and both are doing so with impressive adoption. With over 23 services that allow restaurants to lean on technology, Toast has become the leading one-stop shop for restaurants. Toast's centralized position as the provider for everything a restaurant may need is the primary edge for this company.

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