EMN8, a Century City startup that provides ordering technology to restaurants, has rebranded as Tillster.

The name change comes on the heels of EMN8's recent acquisition of Snapfinger, a remote ordering platform that has worked with clients such as Subway and California Pizza Kitchen.

"By rebranding our combined company as Tillster, we emphasize our core mission of driving revenues, margins and guest engagement for our customers," Tillster Chief Executive Perse Faily said in a statement.

Tillster currently works with 40 restaurant customers to provide mobile, kiosk and call center ordering technology. It also offers loyalty programs and mobile marketing technology.

The company in June raised $50 million in funding led by Sid R. Bass Associates in Fort Worth, Texas. In total, Tillster has raised $65 million in venture and debt funding, according to CrunchBase.