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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Adleta Corp. Expands Customer Base with Kerridge CS

Founded in 1922, Adleta has more than 90 years’ experience in distribution and over 40 years’ experience in the flooring industry. They serve 2,500 customers throughout Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.

Before implementing the Kerridge ecommerce solution, 2,500 customers over 500,000 square miles were having to call into the main distribution center to check stock and pricing, place orders and check the status of orders.

While the implementation of the Kerridge ecommerce solution provided the company with multiple opportunities for improvement with regards to internal processes, the decision to implement an ecommerce solution was driven by the fact that today's retailers and contractors demand an online presence from their vendors.

Gains and benefits
  • Customers and sales representatives have 24/7 access to inventory and pricing in real time
  • 12% of sales are now placed electronically
  • Sales representatives and customers can now print their own price lists
  • Increased profits due to decreased costs in processed orders
  • Achieved greater order accuracy
  • Issuing fewer credits because of miskeyed orders
Learn more about the Kerridge ecommerce system for distributors on their website.

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