Three key postings
International expansion on the menu for QikServe
QikServe, the multi-channel order and payment specialist, has made three key appointments to its management team as it targets significant international expansion.
Stuart Bell has joined as chief technology officer, Samuel Peachey as chief financial officer and Sif Rai has come on board as chief marketing officer.
The announcement follows the recent news that QikServe, whose platform gives hospitality businesses the ability to offer ordering and payment options via mobile, tablet or self-service kiosk, is preparing to move to new offices at Randolph House in Edinburgh after securing a £2.7 million funding round in January.
Mr Bell is a professional technologist with more than 17 years’ experience delivering software engineering and architecture capabilities across a number of industries.
Mr Peachey joins QikServe from healthcare software firm Craneware, where he spent eight years as part of the leadership team and saw the company expand its operations organically and by acquisition in both the UK and the US to a market capitalisation of over £300 million.
Sif Rai comes to QikServe with more than 17 years’ senior marketing experience across multiple technology sectors and at companies including Touch Bionics and Blackford Analysis.
“We are at a very exciting point in QikServe’s history and I’m delighted to welcome the latest members of our management team, each of whom brings exceptional skills and experience to support the next phase of our growth,” said Daniel Rodgers, co-founder and CEO, QikServe.
“As with many co-founders, Ronnie Forbes and I have taken on a number of responsibilities across the company, but it’s now time to bring in dedicated expertise and knowledge in key areas to accelerate our expansion.”