Snackpass Selects Stord’s OMS Software to Scale Operations

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Snackpass, an all-in-one restaurant operating system focused on streamlining operations through innovative, self-serve technology, has partnered with Stord, the Cloud Supply Chain leader for omnichannel mid-market and enterprise brands. Snackpass will use Stord’s OMS to orchestrate and track orders for its suite of hardware products, and Stord’s WMS to manage operations within its warehouses.

As Snackpass experienced significant growth, it became evident that outdated processes and technology were insufficient to support its expansion. Recognizing the limitations of its antiquated systems and processes, the Snackpass team sought a solution that could keep pace with its evolving needs.

Snackpass now uses Stord’s order management system, Stord One Commerce, to connect, orchestrate, and optimize its entire supply chain. With Stord One Commerce, Snackpass now can manage orders across all sales channels in one place, create consistent kitting work orders, and improve forecasting by tracking high-moving SKUs and average monthly volume.

With the implementation of Stord’s OMS, Snackpass now benefits from enhanced visibility into its inventory, both in terms of components and finished products, at each site. This newfound visibility empowers its team to make informed decisions and streamline its inventory management processes, driving efficiency and enabling continued growth.

Snackpass also uses Stord’s warehouse management system, Stord One Warehouse, to achieve greater efficiency and productivity in its fulfillment facilities. Using Stord One Warehouse, Snackpass now performs 99% of its daily processes digitally, eliminating the need to track down order summary reports and do physical checks, saving time and boosting productivity in its high volume pick, pack, and ship operations across fulfillment channels.

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“We are excited to partner with Stord and take our operations to the next level,” said Jamie Marshall, COO and co-founder of Snackpass. “With our rapid implementation, we have already seen immediate improvements in productivity and visibility, with comprehensive inventory and returns tracking capabilities that we’ll need as we expand the business. Both Stord’s OMS and WMS software have been integral as we build fulfillment operations that support our hypergrowth.”

“The partnership between Snackpass and Stord is a great example of two companies coming together to create an optimized supply chain that delivers a best-in-class customer experience,” said Sean Henry, CEO and co-founder of Stord. “By leveraging Stord One Commerce’s end-to-end visibility and orchestration with Stord One Warehouse’s efficient operational and productivity workflows, Snackpass has increased visibility, control, and automation over its entire supply chain. This allows them to move products without missing a beat.”

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