OpenTable, a provider of online restaurant reservations, this week announced that it has seated more than 30 million diners in Canada.
In celebration of the milestone, OpenTable is sharing an infographic illustrating Canadian OpenTable diner trends and behaviours since the company entered Canada in 2002.
“Canadians love to dine out and OpenTable strives to make their dining experience the best it can be,” said Bryan Huehn, OpenTable Country Manager for Canada. “We’re thrilled that we have reached the 30 million diners milestone. We are continuing to listen to what diners want and are constantly updating our offerings to meet the needs of diners and restaurants across the country.”
Since 2012, the number of Canadian diners using OpenTable on mobile devices has steadily increased. In 2012, 13 per cent of diners were seated via mobile devices, while in the first quarter of 2015, 29 per cent of seated diners used their mobile device to make reservations. To date, the total number of seated diners that made their reservation via mobile devices is more than five million.