A grocery store chain lives and dies by its infrastructure and its partners: suppliers, importers, not to mention payment and credit card vendors. Fortunately, Cardenas is instituting new levels of security with the help of Axis.
Cardenas Markets offer a delectable specialty: the widest variety of foods and specialty products from Latin America. Jesús Cárdenas, a farmworker from Jalisco, and his wife Luz opened their first grocery store in 1981 in Ontario, California. In 2016, the chain was acquired by investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR).
Today, dozens of Cardenas Markets can be found across California, Arizona, and Nevada. But as a company grows, its security profile needs to evolve.