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SupplyNote Launches Procurement Management Suite Called SN Fulfilment Service

The whole idea of the platform is to build a community wherein outlets can share warehouses and save on the cost.

SupplyNote a food and beverage supply-chain automation and fulfilment platform has launched SN Fulfilment service, an end-to-end procurement management suite that includes inventory management software, logistics service and warehousing service.

The brand understands that due to the pandemic, the restaurant industry is under a dire state. Given the circumstances it is not feasible for F&B outlets to spend on infrastructure requirements like warehousing, logistics support etc. In order to address the same, the startup has announced the platform – SN Fulfilment Service, which integrates with a restaurant’s point-of-sale solution to forecast resource utilisation and automatically places the order from warehouse for resources which are running out of stock. The whole idea of the platform is to build a community wherein outlets can share warehouses and save on the cost. The platform allows the F&B outlets to avail the warehousing service while experiencing a 100% tech driven approach.

“For restaurants, cloud kitchens and other F&B businesses a lot of cost solely goes into warehousing, inventory management and other infrastructural requirements. Not only is this expensive but also tedious. Our idea is to refine this model for the industry and offer a more community centric approach, which will not only cut down the extra cost, but also bring in the much awaited automation to the whole process,” said Mr. Kushang- Co-founder & CEO, SupplyNote.

The platform has been relentlessly working towards re-engineering the conventional ways the F&B industry has been operating, in order to enable it recover faster and bounce back with better tech implementation in-house. Recently, SupplyNote had announced a special credit program, offering 5000 SupplyNote credits to the F&B businesses that could be availed to buy service across SupplyNote Ecosystem.

Source: Business World

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