[Press Release] Curi Point of Sale: empowering Caribbean food service and retail businesses with innovative, women-led solution

Founders – Curi Inc

Castries, St. Lucia – Curi Point of Sale, an all-in-one Point of Sale (POS) solution specifically tailored to businesses within the Food Service and Retail sectors in the Caribbean, is thrilled to announce its official launch. Led by two dynamic and experienced women entrepreneurs, Janelle Germain and Michaelyn Bernard, Curi Point of Sale aims to revolutionize the way businesses in the region manage their operations.

Designed with the unique needs of Caribbean businesses in mind, Curi Point of Sale offers a comprehensive cloud-based solution accessible from anywhere, whether online or offline. With features ranging from real-time reporting and offline mode to kitchen-optimized screens, shift management, and seamless transaction processing, Curi Point of Sale is a game-changer for businesses seeking a point-of-sale solution that supports improved efficiency and streamlined operations at a reasonable price point.

Janelle Germain, an accomplished marketing expert, and Michaelyn Bernard, a seasoned operations specialist in the ICT sector, join forces to spearhead this groundbreaking solution. With their extensive knowledge and leadership in their respective domains, they envision Curi Point of Sale as a catalyst for empowering Caribbean businesses, equipping them with the necessary tools to flourish in a fiercely competitive market.

“Curi Point of Sale represents a pivotal moment in the Caribbean business landscape,” said Janelle Germain, co-founder of Curi Point of Sale. “Our platform is more than just a Point-of-Sale system; it’s a catalyst for growth and success for businesses in the Food Service and Retail sectors. We are passionate about providing a solution that addresses the specific challenges faced by businesses in the region.”

Michaelyn Bernard, co-founder of Curi Point of Sale, added, “We are proud to lead the charge in bringing this innovative solution to the Caribbean market. Curi Point of Sale seamlessly combines efficiency, mobility, and powerful features to support the growth and sustainability of businesses in the Food Service and Retail sectors. Our goal is to empower entrepreneurs and drive economic development in the region.”

One of the key strengths of Curi Point of Sale is its offline mode capability, allowing businesses to continue processing transactions even in areas with limited or no internet connectivity. This feature is particularly advantageous for businesses operating in remote locations or areas prone to connectivity issues, ensuring uninterrupted operations and exceptional customer service.

As a women-led initiative, Curi Point of Sale exemplifies the commitment to diversity and inclusivity in the business and technology sectors. Janelle Germain and Michaelyn Bernard are trailblazers, paving the way for more women to take leadership roles in driving innovation and entrepreneurship in the Caribbean.

For more information about Curi Point of Sale and to explore its comprehensive features, visit https://curi.lc or contact 1 758-717-6050 or 1 758-520-1665.


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1 Comment

  1. Roger Burnett
    June 29, 2023

    The text of this press release could do justice to one of Professor Stanley Unwin’s gobbledygook presentations.

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