CBE secures Louis Fitzgerald Group contract

The Louis Fitzgerald Group has selected CBE as its IT Point Of Sale partner in a deal potentially worth over €500,000.

The Group is the largest pub group in the country operating some of the best-known pubs, restaurants and hotels across Ireland including Kehoes on South Anne Street, Dublin and The Quays in Temple Bar and in Galway. The new system will help provide the group with greater automation from head office, centralised inventory management and improved speed of service.

CBE’s web-based business management software will offer the Group greater stability over traditional VPN networks and ensures that consolidation of data from each site is instantly available to management as and when required.

“Any business operating in today’s competitive environment needs systems in place that can improve processes within their operations, maximise revenue during busy sales periods and provide data to allow them improve their bottom line,” explained CBE’s Managing Director Sean Kenna, “CBE recognises that the Fitzgerald Group doesn’t just require a cutting-edge IT solution, but also a robust support network that can provide speed-of-service as and when required. As such, CBE has expanded the support team to manage not just this contract but other notable contracts that the business has secured in the Dublin region and throughout the country over the past 18 months.”

CBE will manage its involvement with The Louis Fitzgerald Group from its EMEA headquarters in Claremorris with local support provided via its Dublin office and remote service centres throughout the country.

The Mayo-based retail technology and solutions software business offers adaptable EPoS solutions to suit all major retail and hospitality sectors.

The company is also very strong in export markets and now supports installations in Canada, Australia and Algeria. It’s also firmly-established as a major player in the UK market.




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