Order Update and Mayesh Software Announcement

By Ryan ONeil

We're always trying to make your life better. That's why we do things like provide a free wedding florist contract template and write blog posts to help you sharpen your florist website design. We have made some dramatic improvements to our wholesale order functionality. Our order feature has saved some of our florists 8 to 12 hours every week. But that wasn't enough! We had to find more ways to make it better. So we have an exciting Mayesh software announcement.

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 Order Through Mayesh

We're super excited to introduce yet another way that your life is easier through Curate. If you're one of our US customers, you can now email your order directly to Mayesh Wholesale Florist! After you've generated your order for a weekend in the order tab, you can simply click the "Order From Mayesh" button to email your order to them. With 17 local branches and extensive shipping capabilities out of our Los Angeles and Miami facilities, Mayesh is your go-to source for wholesale flowers all across the country. If you aren't already a Mayesh customer, you can start the conversation here: www.mayesh.com/register.

Want to try out seamlessly creating proposals and sending to Mayesh? Click here to start. 

Split Your Order

If you have certain items that you want to order through different wholesalers, you can now select those items and click, "Split Order" to create two different orders.

Fulfillment Date

You can easily set your fulfillment date that you expect from your order so your wholesaler and you are both on the same page.

Directly Email Your Wholesaler

You're now able to directly send your wholesaler your order through Curate. Simply pick and choose which items you want to keep and which you want to discard. You can add any notes that you'd like about specifics of your order.

 

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