Currently orders are being sent via text, email, phone call and even the occasional bev nap. Managing orders along with current inventory and promotions is a hassle. Simplify the process by managing all of your orders in one place.
Easily modify incoming orders by marking items out of stock and editing quantities, in addition to accepting and rejecting incoming orders. Notifications will automatically be sent to the account when you modify an order, eliminating unnecessary back and forth communication.
Never again worry about your account’s orders while on vacation. Automatically forward your incoming orders to colleagues when you're out of town.
What Our Users are Saying
"Provi allows me to have organized communication with both my buyers, and my counterparts, in an efficient and streamlined manner! The time I save enables me to react quicker to new account openings and any problem solving that may come up during the day!"
"Everything is quite intuitive and I loved the follow-up. I also loved that all item #'s were included. It made things very straight-forward."
A single dashboard for receiving and reviewing orders from all of your accounts
Modify quantities, mark items out of stock and approve orders directly on the order page
Automatically notify an account every time an order is approved or changed
Automatically forward your incoming orders to colleagues when you're out of town
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