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QikServe is the enterprise platform for guest self-service in hospitality. Using any channel from kiosks and tablets to web and mobile apps, hospitality operators can provide powerful in-store solutions from ordering to payment, giving guests the convenience to order and pay for their food and drinks whenever and however they want.  It’s like having a Waiter in Your Pocket®.  QikServe is led by our expert executive team with extensive experience gained across the technology, product and finance sectors.

Daniel Rodgers
President & Founder

Daniel is a serial entrepreneur involved in a number of ventures before seeing an opportunity to disrupt global hospitality with digital self-service. Daniel has delivered on market opportunities, such as kiosk, to ensure QikServe is on the digital pathways that lead to mobile self-service.

Tony Murphy

A proven CEO with a track record of delivering results. Tony has played key leadership roles in the successful trade sale of Realise (a Digital business) and Cedalion (a Technology Service company). He has also been an instrumental part of the executive teams responsible for growing technology businesses throughout his 38-year career.

Steve Tiley
Non Exec. Chairman

A driven entrepreneur with a proven record of successfully developing startup and smaller organizations to become recognized multi-national brands. Over the past 20 years Steve has led and inspired teams in customer facing and Business to Business IT organizations, with the latter decade working with customer facing IT solutions.

Sif Rai

With almost 20 years’ marketing and product development experience spanning medical devices, software and telecoms, Sif has a strong focus on supporting tech companies through key growth stages with highly effective B2B marketing strategies.

Sam Peachey

Sam Peachey joined QikServe from healthcare software firm, Craneware plc, 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.

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