Partnerships with five companies enable easier alcohol ordering, pickup and delivery.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (April 3, 2020) – With stay at home orders in effect in more than 38 states, taprooms, tasting rooms and restaurants across the country are looking for new ways to drive revenue. For alcohol producers, online sales provide a new opportunity to reach customers and to make pickup and local delivery easier.
To help its customers during this difficult time, Ekos — the leader in business management software for independent craft makers — has partnered with five companies that provide ecommerce capabilities and storefronts for online sales. Ekos negotiated significant incentives with these partners to lessen the financial impact on current brewery, cidery and winery customers.
“Community is at the heart of what we do at Ekos. We exist to help our customers manage their operations with ease so they can focus on what they do best, even during challenging times,” said Josh McKinney, CEO of Ekos. “We believe ecommerce is a great way to drive revenue while taprooms and tasting rooms are closed, but we also think it will be an important part of our customers’ businesses for years to come.”
Ekos has partnered with five leading tech companies who offer solutions for online sales of beer, wine, cider and more:
To learn more about the partners and discounts for Ekos customers, please visit https://mailchi.mp/goekos.com/ecommerce-partnerships.
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Ekos is the leader in business management software for independent craft producers. Ekos partners with makers in 40 countries to manage their day-to-day operations in inventory, production, sales and accounting. The Ekos software is designed and built to help organize and operate craft businesses more efficiently and profitably, delivering insights unavailable from spreadsheets and traditional methods. To learn more, visit the company at www.goekos.com.
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