Sales Rep Order Management app provider Ai2 today announced that Minges Pepsi Bottling Group, www.mbgpepsi.com, will automate its sales rep order managements with Ai2’s ProSel app. ProSel is a native sales rep order management app for iPad.
Minges’ sales reps were carrying old, rugged handheld computer for sales rep order management. The company wanted to improve its sales rep order management efficiency and reduce support costs and errors. Minges’ reps needed a sales rep order management app that could do much more than its legacy system. Such as, scan barcodes, automate returns, deliver paperless sales content, allow for order guided ordering and electronic signature capture. ProSel handles each objective with ease.
According to the Minges’ management team, Ai2 sales rep order management app stood out in the vendor search. Ai2’s experience and its implementation team were also important factors. The ProSel sales rep order management app offers up-selling features, product images and the ability to paperlessly handle all sales content. In addition, the apps ability to handle order guides were factors that led Minges Pepsi to select ProSel for sales rep order management. ProSel will be deployed to a sales force of 50 for sales rep order management.
“More and more distributors are realizing that mobile capability is not a luxury, but a necessity,” said Douglas Katich, CEO for Ai2. www.ai2.com. “In a very competitive marketplace, the vendor whose team has access to the most actionable information in the field will win more business. We’re very excited to have Minges Pepsi select ProSel for its sales rep order management. We are proud for them to join our customer family,” added Katich.
ProSel is a sales rep mobile order management app for wholesale distribution. The ProSel sales rep mobile order management app features catalog browse, product images, order history, pricing information, barcode scanning, barcode printing, email quotes and runs 100% disconnected.
Minges Bottling began in 1923 in Greenville, North Carolina. www.mbgpepsi.com. They purchased the bottling rights to Pepsi-Cola in 1935. They expanded their portfolio with Mountain Dew in 1962, and currently distribute a wide variety of soft drinks and specialty beverages. The company is now a fourth-generation family-owned operation covering the state of North Carolina. For more information, visit http://www.mbgpepsi.com/.