Notch, formerly known as ChefHero, officially launches as a software solution to completely digitize the wasteful, paper-driven process of wholesale food supply ordering and ordering taking for restaurants and distributors.
Notch launches today in Toronto, Chicago and major cities across Texas, with additional cities across North America to roll out in the coming months. Notch offers complete supply chain aggregation for restaurant chains, as well as distributors. It also integrates seamlessly into existing accounting and inventory management systems.
By streamlining the food supply buying process, Notch greatly reduces food waste, eliminates inefficiencies, and gives users back time and savings so they can supercharge earning potential and focus on thriving.
Within the software, users can invoice, shop nearly 100,000 SKUs and growing, track orders, price compare, get real time inventory updates, forecast, and more while working on mobile (iOS and Android) or through any web browser.
"Notch has made the transition to their product easy and seamless, allowing me and my team to focus on opening locations and adding brands with the confidence and knowledge that this part of our business is taken care of. This product is key to helping us scale at a rapid pace," Marc Choy, President, Ghost Kitchen Brands.
Restaurant Benefit Highlights
Through Notch Market, restaurants can shop competitively, as food costs are clearly stated. Hours spent handling payments, and managing and tracking inventory are minimized, saving them on average 520 hours a year, says Notch.