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Our solution enables you to work faster and smarter while gaining rich insights to drive high-performing sales strategies.
The Exceedra Foodservice Trade Promotion Management software is a true end-to-end solution that supports the most complex go-to-market strategies – all in a simplified, easy-to-use contract management tool.
If you work in a foodservice company’s finance, marketing or sales department, you are all too familiar with the complexities associated with managing trade spending. Our Foodservice TPM solution is a SaaS application that provides at-a-glance, quick information for every aspect of your business.
Exceedra Foodservice TPM was designed to streamline and simplify contract management, expedite claim/deduction processing, and gain unparalleled operator end user location insights. Our solution supports all size manufacturers from Tier 1 to Tier 3.
Our automated trade promotion management solutions can help foodservice companies gain the visibility they need and regain control over their trade spend process and outcomes.
% IMPROVED TRADE SPEND
% COST REDUCTIONS
% IMPROVED EFFICIENCIES
Our software provides progressively higher levels of claim validation control which prevents overpayments as well as documents payment decisions with a high level of accuracy — all in a single, auditable system of record.
Create scenarios based on YTD plan
Identify & manage double-dipping via electronic claim data
Adjust volumes with automated smart contracts
Drill into data to identify the cause of sale fluctuation
Evaluate pricing tactics to achieve a higher increase in sales
Increase operator loyalty program performance
Drive street business to strategic segments with Operator Database
Uncover growth opportunities by identifying sales voids
From manufacturers, to distributors, down to operators, the foodservice supply chain and demands have drastically changed during this global pandemic. The CPG industry is trying to adapt to the rapid shift and address the disruptions in many areas, but how will this effect the future of foodservice?