|Key people||Charlie Yalamanchili (Founder)|
Cybersoft Technologies, Inc. is a software company that makes software for School Nutrition or Food Service departments in K-12 school districts in the United States. The company has its headquarters along Farm to Market Road 1960 in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, near Houston.
The company's customers include West Virginia Department of Education, Houston Independent School District, Buffalo Public Schools, Oklahoma City Public Schools and Fortune 1000 corporations. Cybersoft is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
Cybersoft Technologies was founded by Charlie Yalamanchili, an entrepreneur who also founded CNC Investments, a highly successful commercial real estate investment company that was launched in 1982. CNC has grown from a humble beginning into the third largest property management firm in Houston, Texas . CNC operations have assets valued in excess of $1.5 billion, employ over 900 people, and span over six states including New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Georgia, and Oklahoma.
Cybersoft invented a system, Primero Food Service Solutions, that serves as a pre-paid school cafeteria meal system, so children in cafeterias do not have to have cash on their persons as they pay for their meals. The Houston Independent School District planned to establish the Primero system within a two year span.
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