ICT in retail: Bringing large-scale technology to the hospitality sector
Already successful in the electronic-point-of-sale food retail business, Captiva POS has a new open API to streamline online ordering for local restaurants
Eddie Carty has been in the technology side of the food business for some time, having successfully grown and sold on his last business in the area.
Now, as chief executive of Captiva POS, Carty is back, and restaurants around Ireland are already using the company’s cloud-computing backed touchscreen systems: all of the complex technology is on Captiva’s side, and the retailer simply needs a subscription and a connection to the internet....
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