Thursday July 9, 2020

Faster at the counter is better in the kitchen

28th August, 2016
Eddie Carty, chief executive of Captiva POS, with Brian Lee, managing director, Chopped

Despite being a technology provider specialising in EPOS systems, Captiva POS sees itself as a food business.

“It’s about getting that product from the kitchen to the table, to your house, as seamlessly as possible,” says chief executive Eddie Carty.

“That’s why we feel we’re in the food business: we’re presenting the food. Nobody sees us, but that driver, that cashier who is handing that food to you on time, as...

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