Mayo company finds cashless is king after all

CBE Technologies is making sure its cash registers are meeting the demands of the electronic purse

22nd November, 2015
Gerard Concannon, chairman and chief executive, CBEMichael Donnelly

What happens when a cash register business goes cashless? The answer is, it grows.

As cash use dwindles in the marketplace, a Mayo-based company is making sure its cash registers are meeting the demands of the electronic purse.

CBE Technologies, Ireland’s largest provider of electronic point of sale (EPoS) technology, has deployed more than 30,000 terminals, employs 124 people and spends €1 million on research and development each year.

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