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The #1 Restaurant software for Centralized Ordering, Price Checking and Consolidated Reporting.
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- Register with your email
- Send us your price guides or invoices
- Submit orders and compare prices in minutes
- Inventory and Recipe processes made simple
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Simple™ is a digital marketplace that brings all the parties in the food service industry together. It connects restaurants, distributors and suppliers on one platform, helping people streamline ordering, find products more easily, and do business more efficiently.
Simple™ is completely free to restaurants.
Simple™ doesn't change your relationship with your current sales reps at all. It's a tool that lets you better connect with them and organize your orders. When you order through Simple™, your rep receives your order just like they would before. Only now, you can also view their other products, request samples, and check out deals 24/7.
Anyone can use Simple™ - so if you don't see them on there, invite them. It only takes a few minutes for new vendors to get set up, and saves both parties hours every week.
Simple™ organizes and streamlines ordering from all your vendors in one place. You can upload your inventory list and build all your order guides on Simple™, and then place all your orders with a single click. Plus it's open 24/7/365.
Set up only takes a few minutes. Just connect with your Sales Reps and send your price guides or invoices - then you're ready to start ordering
Your orders still go through your sales rep, so nothing changes with your minimums. When your vendors join Simple™, they define their minimum order size and case breakage fees.
We are always here for you. We offer live chat, phone and email support. We also have on-demand training demos and short online sessions with our Food Service Experts.
Yes. Without price comparisons, it's often hard to tell if “cost plus” is really the best price you can get. Your Broadliner may not have the best “cost” as a basis. More info is always better.