We program end-to-end distribution management systems designed specifically for Food and Beverage (F&B) distributors and logistics professionals. Our distribution systems include features for orders management, automated picking, catch weight management, assembly management, workflow management, and customer management solutions. We program APIs to interface with vendor, dispatch, warehouse management, and delivery systems in order to streamline communications between supply chain partners and maintain inventory visibility.
We integrate order management, distribution, and dispatch software for automating or manually scheduling deliveries, with options for planning staggered, multi-site, and continuous deliveries. We leverage AIDC tracking technology and manual scanning devices to maintain full visibility of F&B products. We engineer custom lot tracking solutions for large retailers, with kitting, culling, and re-packaging functionality. We integrate with GIS/GPS systems for planning deliveries based on the most efficient routes, traffic patterns, and fuel efficiency.
We develop distribution software systems for supermarket and grocery store chains that facilitate enterprise-wide management of inventory prep and transportation processes. In addition to full-line food distribution, we design specialty distribution systems, customizable for the needs of niche F&B segments, including fresh produce, frozen foods, seafood, alcoholic beverages, and meat distribution software. We also develop integrated system solutions for producers who handle their own distribution.
We utilize best-in-class database management systems when designing scalable, customer-specific product catalogs. We program systems with multi-tiered categorization, responsive order prompts, multiple units of measure, and decision support based on order histories. We optimize workflows for Distributor Sales Reps by enabling them to analyze customer orders, adjust unit prices accordingly, and manage customer relationships and commissions.
Chetu's F&B software development experts comply with regulatory standards enforced and recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA 21 CFR Part 11), and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).