• Jeal Computer Services’ has added an ecommerce online ordering website and B2B payment gateway to its EasyVend dairy distribution software.
    Jeal Computer Services’ has added an ecommerce online ordering website and B2B payment gateway to its EasyVend dairy distribution software.
  • Jeal Computer Services’ has added an ecommerce online ordering website and B2B payment gateway to its EasyVend dairy distribution software.
    Jeal Computer Services’ has added an ecommerce online ordering website and B2B payment gateway to its EasyVend dairy distribution software.
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Jeal Computer Services’ has added an ecommerce online ordering website and B2B payment gateway to its EasyVend dairy distribution software. It allows dairy businesses to automate the entire ordering and payment process and avoid cashflow problems and overdue invoices.

EasyVend recently underwent a complete overhaul, moving from a desktop solution to a completely web-based platform that is accessible from anywhere, at any time and from any laptop or computer device.

The software centralises everyday business tasks such as route management, invoicing, receipting, inventory control, standard orders, mobile application, proof of delivery, dockets, and more. It also provides two-way integration with leading industry accounting software, Xero.

It is 100 per cent built, owned, supported, and operated in Sydney, Australia by Jeal, a 40-year-old family-run software business. There are no updates, upgrades, or licenses necessary to run and data is secured on Microsoft Azure. It provides a complete business solution in one dashboard.

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