The 37th edition of the AAHAR is on at the iconic Pragati Maidan and will be on till the 18th
NEW DELHI, Mar 15 (The CONNECT) - SupplyNote, the leading Food & Beverage (F&B) supply chain automation platform, has announced that it will be participating in AAHAR 2023 to enable software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for F&B businesses.
AAHAR – The International Food & Hospitality Fair - is a flagship B2B event organised by the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), the Union Government’s premier trade promotion body. The 37th edition of the event took off yesterday at the iconic Pragati Maidan and will be on till the 18th.
SupplyNote is a business-to-business (B2B) SaaS provider that primarily assists food and beverage (F&B) companies digitize and automate their supply chain and procurement. At the event the F&B supply chain startup will be exhibiting three of its major products – SupplyNote – the supply chain management software; SupplyLink – a suite of warehousing and logistics Services, and VYAP – a B2B Online Marketplace for food businesses.
These solutions are intended to improve supply chain efficiency, reduce operational costs, and streamline business operations, all of which are essential components of success in the food and beverage industry.
Kushang, Co-founder and CEO, SupplyNote said, as an industry-leading provider of cloud-based supply chain solutions, the company sees AAHAR as a business opportunity to demonstrate “our revolutionary intelligent products” and interact with customers and partners.
Food businesses in India have very narrow margins of profit. They have to pay hefty payouts to food aggregators for discovery and delivery, and also have to incur high operating costs, which include inventory management, procurements, storage and transport, and management. “That’s where we come into play, with a suite of software and services that aid in the efficient and cost-effective operation of the food supply chain,” said Sajel Saxena, VP of Marketing at SupplyNote.
“Our goal at Aahar will be to educate food businesses on how they can instrument the use of the SupplyNote stack to reduce operating costs and increase profits,” he said.
A Food Business that normally makes a profit of 15-20% has been known to increase profit margins by as much as 60% through SupplyNote's flagship products. To discover the new age ways of running a smart and profitable F&B business, the SupplyNote team will be glad to meet interested clients at Hall number 6, Stall No 6 at AAHAR 2023, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.