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Arch Retail partners with Rosebelle in Seychelles


Jean Pierre Morin, owner and CEO of Rosebelle Meat Supply started at the tender age of 16 innovating the trade space in the Seychelles market. He started out selling bulk pigs he cut himself, travelling around the island, reliant on transport favours. This true entrepreneur also had a very successful stint in the local construction industry, but his first love, meat and fresh produce was the driving force in establishing the Rosebelle Group. The group has 3 retail stores, a wholesale outlet and a DC (Rosebelle Farm) on the island and recently opened a brand new store in Plaisance. Rosebelle is renowned on the island for their fresh foods, meats, fruit & veg and great wines.

Arch Retail Systems, a leading player in the South African POS market, is the POS solution of choice, partnering with Rosebelle. Arch, with more than a thousand stores in southern Africa, is a well established brand with a number of leading Corporates, such as Masscash (wholesale division of Walmart, South Africa), OK Foods (franchise division of Shoprite Checkers), Food Lovers Market, Sefalana Cash & Carry (Botswana) and Webcor (Spar Angola).

Arch Retail is the integrated in-store solution used by Rosebelle, tying the store operation in with Arch Enterprise. Arch Enterprise has revolutionised their centralised stock file and other master data management and the daily business Intelligence they are receiving enables them to optimise operational efficiency and make informed decisions on growth into the future.


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