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Nix86 Releases Newest Product Management Tool

June 02, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Nix86, a premier online and mobile phone app in the hospitality industry, announced the release of their newest product management tool that will allow restaurants to communicate with reps faster, using just their smartphone.

Built within Nix86’s powerful product management app, the new ‘Quick Receive’ feature strengthens communication, provides more effective time management, and helps resolve product related issues faster than ever.

The new feature comes as just another enhancement to the mobile phone app that has be on the market for the past three months. Constant innovation and market feedback has allowed Nix86 to grow from a web-based platform to today’s mobile based solution. Infusing technology into the relationship of restaurants and their suppliers has been received as a major win for all sides.

“We wanted to change the way the communication works between restaurants and their reps. Giving it a new and fresh perspective that could better assist with the on demand needs of everyone involved.” says Alexander Ross, CRO at Nix86. “As we embark on our next exciting phase of growth, we remain laser focused on serving the food distribution community with innovative tools to help make everyone more efficient day to day. It’s our 'full hands in, full hands out equivalent,” he says.

“I love placing all of my orders at the touch of one button. Before, I needed to call, email, and try to reach busy reps. It’s a dream,” says Rebecca Arnold, the owner of Whole Heart Provisions. The app, launched in March 2017, available on both the Apple Store and Google Play, is integrated with the Nix86 online platform. Nix86 adds value to the restaurant industry allowing restaurant managers to save time on communicate with suppliers, placing orders and sending feedback on the products, keeping their business in order, from purchase to plate.

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