TORONTO — Notch, formerly known as ChefHero, has officially launched as the first and only all-in-one software solution to completely digitize the paper-driven process of wholesale food-supply ordering and order taking for restaurants and distributors.
“When the pandemic hit, our revenues went down by 80 per cent and we had to re-build our business model to digitize all aspects of the restaurant supply chain. We listened and focused on developing software to help our partners cut costs,” says Jordan Huck, CEO, Notch.
Within the software, users can invoice, shop nearly 100,000 SKUs, track orders, price compare, get real-time inventory updates, forecast and more — all while working on mobile or through any web browser.
“Notch has made the transition to its 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,” says Marc Choy, president, Ghost Kitchen Brands.
Notch launched yesterday in Toronto, Chicago and major cities across Texas, with additional cities across North America to roll out in the coming months.