Craft beer industry needs have shifted, and Arryved is shifting its services accordingly. Implementing online ordering and payment portals can be expensive and obtuse endeavors, but with COVID-19, they have become a necessity in maintaining zero-contact, safe distance transactions, and in many cases, too great a challenge to overcome.
Arryved is now deploying a consumer-facing mobile app and rapidly developing online stores enabling local taprooms and tasting rooms to stay open for pick-up or delivery via completely touch-free transactions.
Arryved accomplished in ten days what commonly takes nine months or more to complete. Developing a secure, stable, intuitive app, in addition to online stores, is a highly complex and time intensive undertaking, requiring immense technical attention to detail as well as deep awareness of user preferences and tendencies, thus making the timeliness of their launch all the more impressive.
The app and online stores provide critical solutions in easily navigable environments that seamlessly integrate with accounts already using the Arryved platform, all free of charge.
So far, so good
With 130 customers utilizing the app and 175 deploying online ordering (and many using both), Arryved’s rapid response has already enabled accounts to stay open and keep employees on payroll.
Both opportunities are currently available to 100 percent of their clients, thus creating vital opportunities for hundreds more small businesses and the thousands of their employees. The app and online stores empower consumers to securely and safely access the fresh beer and spirits they crave, and to support the local establishments they love. And it creates the opportunity for accounts to deliver even greater levels of cleanliness and peace of mind at a time when the demand for both is at a premium.
“I say it to our customers all the time, that’s why we chose Arryved in the first place,” shared Woody Boese, Taproom Manager for Lafayette, CO’s Odd13 Brewing. “We’ve been able to move and adapt to the time only because of how fluidly Arryved responded to what was happening.”