Hospitality software house gears for future growth in new AI-driven era
Lolly, the hospitality technology specialist, has made a three recent appointments – further enhancing its tech team to gear up for future planned growth. Sean Malone and Sam Geary have joined as web developers, and Iman Sleemy as an IT admin and first line support technician.
Sean Malone’s position as web developer sees him managing the company’s pre-order functionality, adding new features and upselling more products. His role focuses on UX and UI, and he comments: “Since joining Lolly, I have learnt so much – it’s a really nimble and exciting company to be part of, and I am very excited for what the future holds.”
Sam Geary’s focus will be around LollyBots, Lolly’s new range of robot waiters and helping to programme them, as well as the company’s AI dashboard. He adds: “This is such an excellent role to take on and makes me feel very much part of Lolly’s future development plans. It’s great to be at the cutting edge.”
Iman Sleemy’s position as an IT administrator and support technician will be to provide technical support to the established and growing client base as well as troubleshooting and resolving technical issues related to EPoS systems including hardware and software. She comments: “I have gained so much knowledge and experience already in such a short amount of time and still have lots to learn that I am really looking forward to. The team are also extremely supportive.”
Peter Moore, CEO at Lolly, adds: “Sean, Sam and Iman are all welcome to the Lolly team, and are already making great strides in new product developments in this fast evolving era.
“AI and robotics are the future of hospitality, and we’re making a real play for both. Those who don’t will fall behind the curve. Exciting times lie ahead, and we plan to continue expanding our team to meet our customers’ demands.”