Helping food retail business become trim and healthy

Captiva POS’s latest client wanted a payments system as clean and simple and as its food, writes Jason Walsh

26th August, 2018
LtoR: Tom Murphy, Director of Operations and Development, KC Peaches and Eddie Carty, CEO, Captiva POS MAURA HICKEY

Food retail software developer Captiva is no stranger to the Irish market, having revolutionised quick service food outlets up and down the country with its cloud-based payments and reporting systems, but just as demand for fresher, healthier food is on the rise, so is demand for Captiva's end-to-end solution.

The latest client to work with Captiva is KC Peaches Café and Delicatessen.

“KC Peaches are using our system across all their stores,” said Eddie...

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