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WitaMax invests in Morocco fintech startup

Lacaisse founders
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Share, a Morocco-based startup has received an undisclosed amount of funding from WitaMax. The startup launched in 2016 and offers a modern concept back-office allowing you to observe remotely and in real-time one’s turnover as well as transaction history.

The funds are aimed at revolutionizing the management of physical points of sale in Morocco and the rest of the globe. Lacaisse was founded by the Said Belkhayat couple and a manager Rim Benboubker. Within a short time became a key player in the digitization of local shops through the use of unique solutions that involve a combination of cutting-edge technology and the provision of close human support.

Lacaisse is a leader in cash register equipment which includes receipt printers, iPad stands, barcode labelers, and other barcode readers. offers digital solutions in the intelligent management of points of sale. Since its launch, the startup has conquered the Casablanca catering market with over 250 points of sale. This great performance earned him the signing of his fundraising campaign with WitaMax.

Said Belkhayat pointed out is on the way from  1000 customers spread over 3 cities in Morocco, the company has rapidly deployed across the country and can be exported to distant regions., is a key digitization player of local shops by offering a unique point of sale solutions. WitaMax One is an investment company created by Southbridge A&I and the AXXAM Family Office.

Source: Press release on Wamda


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