Boulder, Colorado-based Arryved, a point-of-service (POS) provider for craft food and beverage establishments, has partnered with Craftpeak, which develops advanced ecommerce websites for craft beverage producers.
The partnership of the two technology companies illustrates both Arryved and Craftpeak’s commitment to developing innovative solutions for craft beverage producers. The Arryved-Craftpeak integration allows establishments using Arryved’s POS and Craftpeak’s ecommerce services to sync inventories in real-time across their ecommerce site and on-premise operations.
“We are thrilled to partner with such a like-minded company to provide businesses with technology that streamlines their inventory tasks,” said Nancy Trigg, chief growth officer at Arryved, in a press release. “Craftpeak’s commitment to driving innovation in the craft beverage industry aligns with our mission at Arryved.”
Craftpeak specializes in helping craft beverage producers develop ways to increase revenue and build positive brand experiences online. An integration with Arryved means its ecommerce solutions will now provide inventory updates that can be accessed on Arryved POS systems, allowing for transparency and ease of inventory management and comprehensive data and reporting.
“Tech solutions, especially in the craft beverage industry, should help business owners streamline back-office operations and drive additional revenue,” says John Kelley, chief operating officer of Craftpeak. “Our alignment with Arryved is a natural fit and we are excited to work together to drive more value for both of our customers.”
Both Arryved and Craftpeak serve the craft beverage industry by providing cutting edge technology and excellent customer service.
“We are stoked that these two companies were able to work together to provide the end user with a functioning POS and online store,” says Daniel Callender, co-founder and general manager of North Carolina-based Salty Turtle Beer Co. “The pair delivered, a lot quicker than we could have imagined.”
“With Craftpeak and Arryved, we were to prevent overselling, keep a better log of our inventory and reduce the need for separate caches of product,” says Michael Semenec, owner and marketer at Asheville, N.C.’s DSSOLVR Brewing. “They have what’s best for us in mind.”