“SimpleOrder is a very easy interface to use and it’s made ordering so much more efficient by reducing the time it takes to place and receive orders and eliminating human errors.”
Founded in 2014 by Georgie and Ed, PRESS Juice in London, England was developed to promote the most health centric lifestyle and to provide a place where people can discover, learn and engage with their health. Spearheaded by the cold press movement in Los Angeles and New York, PRESS opened their flagship store in 2014. By 2016 PRESS had five stores throughout the UK and began a central kitchen operation, supplying its juices to over 100 retailers, hotels, and gyms.PRESS attests its success to their commitment to quality and taste. “Every recipe is a thoughtful creation that doesn’t go to the market without the PRESS stamp of approval.”
Before using SimpleOrder, PREES would do all of the ordering for the central kitchen, both from company stores and retailers, through spreadsheets. This process led to a lot of mistakes, confusion and chaos. Orders would get lost and mistakes would be made, costing their business precious time and money. They were in need of a tool that would centralize, digitize and streamline the ordering process so that everything would be transparent and organized.
SimpleOrder simplified their company’s ordering process, saving time and eliminating errors. A once tedious task has become much easier using SimpleOrder and is now being carried out more professionally and thoroughly. From the stores and retailers that carry the products, it’s now much easier to view what’s in stock, to know what needs to be ordered and to replenish stocks with just one click.
The central kitchen now receives orders from an easy-to-view system and can supply them quickly. It’s made it possible for PRESS to make the process more transparent and it’s also cut out costly mistakes. “SimpleOrder is a very easy interface to use and it’s made ordering so much more efficient by reducing the time it takes to place and receive orders and eliminating human errors,” explains George Phillips, Operations and Product Manager, “you can make a template for every location, make repeat orders in seconds, and make changes with ease. Simply put, the whole process is accessible and easy to understand across all chains.”