Craneware co-founder joins QikServe’s board of directors

Tech leader Gordon Craig of Craneware joins QikServe to represent investors Par Equity and Equity Gap 

Multi-channel order and payment specialist QikServe has today (Tuesday, 22 August) announced the appointment of Craneware co-founder Gordon Craig as a permanent Board member to represent investors Par Equity and Equity Gap.
At Edinburgh-based Craneware, which is thought to be the healthcare market leader in automated value cycle solutions, Craig has held positions including Chief Technical Officer and President of US Operations – heading up the firm’s product engineering efforts and its rise to become a leading SaaS (software as a service) provider in its sector.
Gordon Craig, QikServe
While continuing to work with Craneware in an advisory capacity, Craig is now also involved in a number of high-growth technology businesses across a range of sectors, including QikServe and snap40.
QikServe Co-founder and CEO Daniel Rodgers said: “Gordon’s experience in driving the development of a market-leading product, coupled with his success in building a U.S. business makes him a phenomenal source of valuable knowledge and insight. We are delighted to welcome him to our Board and look forward to tapping into his expertise to help accelerate our global growth.”
Craig said: “I’m thrilled to join the team at QikServe – a company that has already done an incredible job by fostering relationships with the key players in its target markets. It’s very exciting to be able to be part of the next stage of this company’s growth, which I am confident will see it reach new heights on a global scale.”
QikServe is an omni-channel order and pay platform said to transform the guest experience. Its patented technology allows hospitality operators to offer ordering and payment for food and drinks directly from any device.
Using QikServe, guests can use mobile devices, self-service kiosks or web sites to order exactly what they want, when they want it. Fully integrated into Oracle Hospitality’s Point of Sale (POS) platform, QikServe is available as a standalone, customer-branded app or can be incorporated into hospitality operators’ existing mobile apps and POS platforms.
QikServe will officially open its new office at Randolph House in Edinburgh this Thursday (24 August) when guests will be able to order Porter’s Gin via a QikServe-operated kiosk to trial the technology and chat with MSP Gordon Lindhurst, as well as other members of the Edinburgh tech community.
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