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Supplier Disclosures

Our suppliers are critical business partners that meet our expectations for business practices, environmental responsibility and operational excellence. We count on them to meet the same high standards for quality, delivery, cost and customer satisfaction that we place on ourselves.

Doing Business with PAR

At PAR we work with our suppliers to maintain a world-class, integrated supply chain. We require our suppliers to meet our expectations for ethics and compliance as set forth in the PAR Supplier Code of Conduct.

The PAR Supplier Code of Conduct sets forth our expectations for each of our product and service suppliers, and aligns with the expectations we maintain for our own directors, officers, employees and representatives. PAR understands and expects that our product and service suppliers will have their own internal codes of ethics and conduct that, at a minimum, incorporate the requirements from the PAR Supplier Code.

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

California law requires PAR to disclose its activities regarding monitoring its supply chains to prevent human trafficking and slavery.California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure

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Australia Modern Slavery Act Statement

Statement setting out the risks of modern slavery in PAR’s operations and supply chain and the actions PAR has taken during the financial year ending 30 December 2020 (the “Reporting Period”) to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its own business or supply chain.

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Tiffany Disher, General Manager, MENU North America

Tiffany Disher

General Manager, MENU North America

Tiffany Disher, General Manager, MENU North America, an omni-channel ordering solution to futureproof restaurant’s growing digital sales needs. Before taking on this new role in January 2023, she was an integral part of Punchh’s growth story. She has advised hundreds of customers over the past eight years on their loyalty strategies both from a base program standpoint as well as ongoing marketing strategies. Before Punchh, Tiffany worked for Schlotzsky’s where she supported the brand marketing team by leading loyalty, eClub, R&D, Franchise advisory council and marketing analytics. Tiffany has her Bachelor’s of Science in Economics from University of Oregon and Master’s in Business with a specialty in Marketing from Baylor University. An avid golfer, hiker and mom of two small children, Tiffany spends her limited free time entering into baking competitions.