Presto Names Chief Revenue Officer as President Departs

by Katie Lee

San Carlos, Calif. — Presto Automation Inc., an enterprise-grade AI and automation solutions provider to some of the nation’s largest restaurant brands, has promoted Justin Foster to chief revenue officer. In addition, after nearly 3 years at Presto serving as both president and chief revenue officer, Dan Mosher is leaving the company.

Foster brings 15 years of experience leading go-to-market efforts at emerging high-growth technology companies. As chief revenue officer, he will be responsible for all facets of the company’s revenue generation, including growing Presto’s footprint in the emerging voice AI market while retaining signed clients.

“Justin is a great choice to lead Presto’s go-to-market efforts as we continue forward on our mission to automate drive-thrus across the country with Voice AI solutions,” says Xavier Casanova, CEO of Presto. “He has a stellar record leading revenue teams in dynamic and expanding technology markets, and I look forward to working with him to drive growth and further Presto’s market momentum.”

Before joining Presto as senior vice president of sales in 2022, Foster led all go-to-market activities for Liveclicker, a company he co-founded in 2008 and sold to CM Group, now Marigold, in 2018. Liveclicker was focused on the marketing personalization space. Prior to Liveclicker, Justin started and led the services practice at WhatCounts, a technology company focused on customer communications. WhatCounts was sold to Mansell Group in 2010.

Presto provides enterprise-grade AI and automation solutions to the restaurant enterprise technology industry. Presto offers Presto Voice™ to quick-service restaurants (QSR) and its pay-at-table tablet solution, Presto Touch, to casual dining chains. Customers include Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, Del Taco and Checkers for Presto Voice and Applebee’s, Chili’s and Red Lobster for Presto Touch.

SOURCE: Presto

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