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The art of free-standing selling

Captiva Software is bringing high-end retail features previously only available to multinationals to Ireland’s indigenous fast-food sector

6th May, 2018
Dario Macari, director, Romayo's; Eddie Carty, chief executive, Captiva POS; and Dominic Macari, managing director, Romayo's

Captiva Software, Ireland’s leading cloud software provider for the Irish convenience food sector, has announced the deployment of self-service kiosks, complete with payment processing and cloud-based reporting, in one of the county’s fastest-growing Italian chip shop chains.

“We’re installing self-service kiosks across the Romayo’s restaurants,” said Eddie Carty, chief executive of Captiva Software.

Carty said that the units, which bring high-end functionality to local businesses,...

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