Hey, being a restaurant owner I never thought of getting any VMS until I attended an online conference yesterday! My shop was closed for the past two months, only a few days ago we started operating it at reduced capacity. We had an online conference for explaining the guidelines for operation on the grounds of COVID-19. The session was handled by a business and market analyst of Dock365. He had given an outline about their product at the end, a vendor management system. At present, my business has a lot of vendors cooperating with us for many services, even though it is pretty much difficult to manage all of them, we are doing it manually. I have three staff to maintain the vendor relationships, so I don't mind making the process digitalized only to reduce the workload. At the same time, I will go for any sound vms in case if it can help to increase our net profit. So far, I'm not that educated about any of this vendor management software other than the mentioned vendor management system, so I have gone through their website and experienced the demo product. So I have a question today, how necessary is it to purchase a vendor management system for a restaurant business? And how is it going to impact our profitability? I badly need expert advice. In anticipation of a reply. Thanks for reading and probably respond.
Hey, it has been a while since I visited this board. Today, my query isn't related to Ufile, but something regarding a product! I bought a water purifier on this Christmas, but it isn't working as it promised to do! My nephews had nausea and stomach ache recently! When we inspected the reason we came to know that our water source is polluted and it wasn't being purified by this new machine! I went to the shop in Ottawa, where we bought it and asked the owner for a replacement. He refused to give it even when it has been only a week since we purchased it! I'm not sure the possibilities of product liability here, but I need a solution, I don't want people to get fooled by trusting these fraud shops and brands! I have paid the full amount including the tax, I have the hospital bills as well! So before going to a product liability lawyer, I wanted to ask you guys about the possibilities, procedures and all. One of my friends referred me to this lawyer, I haven't met him in person till now! I want to know if there is any preparation I need to do before meeting him? Also, do I have to bring the reports, bills and all in the first meeting itself? I just want to not look like a fool before a pro, that is all! Share your thoughts, especially encouragements! Many thanks!