LibDib, the web-based wholesale alcohol distributor, today unveiled the industry’s first mobile app allowing restaurants, bars and retailers to purchase small-batch wine and spirits from their distributor. LibDib Mobile is now free to download in the Apple store (Android version is coming soon). Licensed buyers can download the app by texting APP to (844) 542-3421, directly from the app store or by visiting the LibDib website.
“LibDib Mobile offers retailers, bars and restaurants the convenience they need and power they deserve when discovering, ordering and restocking,” said Richard Brashears, CTO at LibDib. “Our enhanced consumer-style B2B experience in the native mobile app works seamlessly with our existing web and cloud technology. Now, customers can choose from two great ways to shop LibDib’s portfolio of emerging and small batch products. ”
Innovative features include:
- A high-quality e-commerce and shopping experience. Licensed buyers can purchase wine and spirits directly from their mobile device.
- The ability to create weekly, seasonal and special order lists.
- Access to order history and the ability to schedule and place reorders.
- SMS notifications for delivery updates and reorders.
- Maker-supplied rich content.
Via LibDib, buyers gain access to hard-to-find brands. The LibDib “book” is an easily searchable e-commerce marketplace filled with hundreds of unique products. Products are delivered via state regulations and as the distributor, LibDib handles invoicing, payment processing, collections, state reporting and compliance. LibDib is available for ,akers from around the world to sell their products into six available markets.
LibDib mobile is currently available to licensed buyers in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin and New York. The app is free to download for licensed restaurants, bars and retailers. To get started, buyers simply sign up online or via LibDib Mobile, upload their license and start shopping.
LibDib is a proud partner of RNDC, one of the nation’s largest wine and spirits wholesalers. The partnership allows both companies to quickly expand web-based three-tier distribution to a wide range of states.