Where is Taco Cabana Corporate office Headquarters

Taco Cabana Headquarters Address and Contact

Taco Cabana
  • Address: 8918 Tesoro Drive, Suite 200, San Antonio, TX 78217, United States
  • Phone Number: 210-804-0990
  • Fax Number: 210-804-1970
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  4000
  • Established: 1978
  • Founder: Felix Stehling
  • Key People: Felix Stehling (Owner)

Taco Cabana Headquarters Location & Directions

Taco Cabana Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Gerardo Arce

Vice President of Finance

About Taco Cabana, History and Headquarters Information

Sungard was founded in the year 1983. The company has been active for almost 36 years. The company was formed as a spin-off from the computer services division of Sun Oil Company. In 1997, Sungard Data Systems acquired Infinity Financial Technology. Then in the year 2001, the company had acquired Comdisco’s computer disaster-recovery business. Sungard was ranked at 480th in the USA Fortune 500 companies list, in the year 2012. In the year 2005, the company was acquired by seven private equity firms and de-listed from the NYSE. The company was one of the title sponsors of the Tinkoff pro cycling team until the end of the year 2011. As of the year 2015, the company was taken over by FIS. In the year 2017, the company’s public sector and education business were taken over by Vista Equity Partners. The headquarters of the company is based in 680 East Swedesford Road. The name of the place is Wayne, while the name of the state is Pennsylvania, USA. The pin code is 19087.

Sungard is an American company that focuses on the development and designing of various kinds of software and processing solutions for various types of financial and education-related services industries. The current CEO of the company is Gary Norcross. As of the year 2011, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $4.9 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2014, is more than 13,000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to obtain various kinds of professional software and services, that are designed, developed, marketed and distributed by the company itself. The company mainly offers services and software support to education, financial services, and public sector organizations.

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  • R.M.F. says:

    I went to the Taco Cabana at 4622 Rittiman on or about Oct. 28th or 29th, 2019 during the evening hours. I had ordered my food to go and was preparing the condiments for my meal. It occurred to me that I would like extra avocado with my order. So I walked up to the cook, who happened to be the manager and was informing him to add the extra avocado and that I would go pay for it. I was trying to save the cook time by asking him to place the extra avocado since he was currently preparing my plate.
    I don’t know if the cook/manager was in a bad mood, but he barked at me, and in a very ugly manner, that there would be a charge for any extra product.

    I told the cook/manager that I was aware that any extra charge would be incurred at any restaurant I patronized. I also told him that as a customer I didn’t appreciate the manner it which he addressed me and that I wanted to speak to his area supervisor. I left my information for the supervisor to contact me, but to no avail….

    I again went to the same Taco Cabana this evening (Nov. 2, 2019 @ 7:10 p.m.). The same manager approached me in a very arrogantly and demeaning manner and informed me that he would no longer be able to fix the enchilada plate with flour tortillas. The cashier had already rang up my order and the manager cancelled the order.

    In summary, I have yet to receive a call from any supervisor addressing the extremely bad behavior from this particular manager. It seems to me Taco Cabana could give a SH_T how their managers treat their customers. Therefore, I will never go back to a Taco Cabana and will tell everyone I know how Taco Cabana sucks.

     
  • MIKE says:

    10/20/19 stopped by to ask for a couple of breakfast tacos. I have ordered many for years, I ask for a egg and cheese taco, then please add ground beef. I was told they don’t have that on there menu any more. So I asked if they still made beef tacos here. I was told that they do and that they still have ground beef. I asked then why cant you just add the beef to my taco as I asked, I was told that it is off the menu. Boy Let me say what a bunch of nimrods, you cant make it because it is not on the menu. don’t worry TC Rosa café does make them. Done with this second rate outfit forever. TC STINKS, I would love to hear the corporate excuse for this one.

     
  • Larry Thompson says:

    TC at 183 & 360 in Austin. I stopped going to this location a year ago because of poor and slow service. I forgot and stopped in today and was reminded how bad the service is and why I stopped going. Took a while for them to take my order and when drove up to the pickup window I would have thought no one was was there based on how long it took to for someone to take my payment but I could hear laughing and loud talking. An unfriendly face took my card for payment and closed the window I could still hear loud talking and laughing. I waited a long time for a simple item and a drink that did not need much preparation. During this long wait my card was inside with the window closed. I am a patient person so I waited. Finally when my order was ready and my card was returned I started to drive away I noticed that I did not get my drink so I asked for my drink which and it was given with a frown ( I did not ask for the frown ) Except for me asking for my drink no words were exchanged. By the way one customer inside and no one else in the drive through at two o’clock on a Saturday so busy was not a factor. I must say that the location on Burnet has decent service and food.

     
  • Fred Winkersnittzle says:

    Taco cabana has earned straight ‘F’s’ with the BBB.

     
  • T.L. Frost says:

    I’ve been eating at TC since almost the beginning. After the establishment was sold it has no direction. It seems you can’t find a formula. Well when you try to fix something that’s not broke …you end up with stores with very few stars.
    Our family and friends with children visit a couple times a week. That’s usually a tab of $60. dollars. When I’m out at lunch running errands I pop in for a lite kids meal. To my shock I stopped in today. Ask for a kids meal. I was told no more kids meals. Now I will drive a mile down to ChaChos for a full lunch with
    drink and chips for same price as the lite plate (no drink or chips) TC serves.
    The store bought avocados is no plus. It taste like mayo dip.
    Now as far as our family get togethers another place will be chosen. Our kids need something besides a taco. Our money will take better care of us elsewhere.
    I’m afraid TC is in some trouble. You better look back to see what made TC a great place to eat and throw in what the local restaurants do that keep them coming back. Anther corrective criticism is the flour tortillas are always cool and taste like a ball of dough.
    Bring back TACO CABANA there’s others out there with the home town food and price.
    Thank You
    A use to be customer and TC fan
    T.L. Frost

     
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