GetQuik is a Sunnyvale, Calif. company that speeds the ordering process at restaurants with an automated ordering technology.

Users sign up to the service once, then have the option of setting preferences for items they normally order at restaurants (for example, how they would like their coffee made). Later, the user can quickly order from their computer or mobile phone.

The company says it has signed up over 150 restaurants to the service, mainly in the Bay Area, and is on track to hit $1 million in annual transactions early next year.

Two angel investors participated in the round: Sam Ryu, the CEO of Computize, and Mark Coker, an occasional VentureBeat contributor who first wrote about the company for us in July, and subsequently decided he liked it enough to invest.

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