Digital powers Jump Juice’s plans to create 50 new jobs

Powered by digital transformation, Jump Juice is adding six new stores, bringing its total outlet to 30 stores in the next three years.

The expansion, powered by technology provided by Envisage, a Sage partner and part of The Noledge Group, will generate 50 new jobs.

Envisage is providing the financial and business management software needed to facilitate the expansion.

“We are delighted to announce our growth plans for the Irish market. Having implemented this system for our existing stores we are already able to see savings in terms of time and money”

With an initial investment of €40,000, the Connections software integrates the Sage 200 accounting software and their Captiva EPoS solution, driving internal efficiencies through automation and facilitating the company’s expansion plans.

Streamlining accounts

“We are delighted to announce our growth plans for the Irish market. Having implemented this system for our existing stores we are already able to see savings in terms of time and money,” said Charlie Scanlan, managing director and owner of Jump Juice Bars.

“The best part of this software is that it streamlines our accounting operations and frees up time for our employees to focus on key tasks.

“We talked to a number of different business software providers to get help with our digital transformation, but when we spoke to the team at Envisage, we knew we were in good hands. The software is one part of the experience but the team behind the software is key, and they have shown immense knowledge in this aspect.”

The integration with Envisage’s Connections software and Sage 200 enables Jump Juice Bars to generate more granular and accurate financial statements allowing it to proactively make business decisions and by reducing the errors and time taken to produce management accounts.

Furthermore, the efficiencies gained from the Envisage solution allows for new stores to be added to the system without necessarily having to increase administrative staff in the head office.

“We’re so excited to work with Jump Juice Bars and to help them grow across the country,” said Amy Hughes, sales manager with Envisage.

“When we spoke to them, we understood the challenges they were facing especially in terms of accounting and simplifying back-office data. We specialise in solving these kind of challenges and always use a personalised approach.

“We are thrilled to support them in their digital transformation journey, and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”

Main image at top: Charlie and Claire Scanlan, co-founders, Jump Juice Bars and Amy Hughes, Sales Manager, Envisage

John Kennedy
Award-winning ThinkBusiness.ie editor John Kennedy is one of Ireland's most experienced business and technology journalists.

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