Established in 1971, EPOS Group specialises in the design, installation and support of electronic point-of-sale and security systems in bakery, retail and hospitality environments. The company is headquartered in Ramsgate and has offices in Birmingham, London, Manchester and Southampton.
As well as being a key hardware partner, our CyBake Touch bakery shop control solution is fully integrated with EPOS Group’s Quantum till management software.
Successful dual-implementations include large retail estates like Percy Ingle Bakeries in London and Essex, S. M. Bayne in East Central Scotland, Thomas the Baker in North Yorkshire and Oliver Adams in Northampton and the surrounding areas.
Established in 2007, SG Systems LLC was created as a division of the Nicol Group LP (Established 1931) to develop solutions for demanding traceability applications. Nicol Group LP is an established leader in calibration, measurement & control systems.
SG Systems are known for using creativity and resources to solve traceability challenges, particularly in complex manufacturing processes.
Specialising in cutting-edge mobile software design and development since the last century, Matchbox Mobile delivers award-winning, innovative apps that have achieved over 9 million downloads. It has offices in Hove, East Sussex, UK and Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
Matchbox is our development partner for CyBake Loyalty, the state-of-the-art smartphone-based customer loyalty solution for retail bakers.
Located in Wetherby, West Yorkshire and with offices in Oxfordshire, Bliss Systems is a software development and web tech specialist delivering business solutions to enterprises across a range of sectors.
Bliss is our collaborator for some of CyBake’s enhanced business intelligence capabilities.
Our trade affiliations:
Scottish Bakers was established in 1891 and represents and promotes the interests of the bakery trade in Scotland.
As well as being a long-term sponsor of this key industry body, CyBake is Scottish Bakers’ preferred bakery software partner. Watch out for the special bakery management workshops we hold with the organisation.
Craft Bakers Association
The Craft Bakers’ Association (CBA) was formed in 1887 and currently represents 600 members and 2,000 shops throughout the UK.
As well as being an official supporter of the CBA, CyBake exhibits at each annual conference and we regularly attend its other events. The CBA Yorkshire Region’s annual dinner dance is a particularly favourite fixture in the CyBake team’s diary.
British Society of Baking
The British Society of Baking (BSB) was founded in 1955 as an affiliate of the American Society of Bakery Engineers.
Its purpose is to provide a forum for learning more about the industry through conferences and events, together with networking and the exchange of ideas between members. CyBake is an official associate member and we attend both of the BSB’s key conferences each year.
Sustain – The Real Bread Campaign
Part of the charity Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming, the Real Bread Campaign fights for better bread in Britain. We want everyone to have the chance to choose Real Bread.
Starting with a basic definition of Real Bread simply as being made without the use of any artificial additives, the Campaign seeks, finds and shares ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet.
Building on our success to date, we are now working to secure funding to help us unlock the social, therapeutic and employment opportunities offered by making Real Bread by hand. In this we aim to help people facing social exclusion due to a range of factors that might put them at a disadvantage, including living with mental health issues or physical disabilities.
The Real Bread Campaign was co-founded by Sustain and Andrew Whitley of Bread Matters.
Campden BRI provide the food and drink industry with the practical scientific, technical and advisory services needed to ensure product safety and quality, process efficiency and product and process innovation.
Campden BRI services can loosely be categorised under four pillars:
Analysis and testing – microbiological, chemical, physical and sensory analytical services – helping to ensure safety and optimise product quality.
Operational support – helping companies ‘do the day job’. Troubleshooting manufacturing problems – ingredients, processing, packaging, advising on hygienic design and maintenance, supporting implementation of systems such as HACCP and risk management, and helping with product development.
Research and Innovation – industrially relevant research chosen and funded by members, as well as work for government departments and agencies.
Knowledge Management – industrial best practice guideline publications, a wide range of training courses, seminars and conferences, and expert technical and legislation information and advice.