Do you Share-ify? See Why Over 13,000 Companies are on the Platform

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(Orlando, FL) Florida based Share-ify has joined the ranks of social networks in a unique way to help food companies worldwide more easily manage their food safety, quality assurance and quality control programs.

“Necessity is the mother of invention,” shared CEO Ernesto Nardone. “We were talking to food industry companies and they all seemed to be challenged in the same way. So we started to design software and now in 2018 we have over 13,000 companies on our platform from every inhabitable continent in the world.”

Share-ify is a private social network that allows companies to share and exchange business information thereby sidestepping email, US mail, and other mediums of transmission. “The average company has between 200 to 2,000 customers and each of those companies requires some form of documentation to get ‘approved’ as a supplier. So we help companies create a profile and share any number of data points with their trading partners.”

Nardone went on to describe the ability to share everything from W-9’s, product specifications, 3rd party audits, contracts, and other information. Companies simply set up their profile, add their customers (at no additional charge) and then upload each document and decide which customer gets each item uploaded.

In addition, customers can utilize a workflow component to “approve” or accept documents and to manage work products. Work products may include product specifications that require multiple people’s input. These people may be from different departments in the same company or multiple people at multiple different companies working together to approve a final version of a specification.

Cherry Central Cooperative, an enterprise customer to Share-ify, manages both customers and suppliers on the platform, “We were amazed at how much this process helped clean up our data. By adding the suppliers and customers to the platform, Share-ify cleaned our data and ensured contact information was recent with good phone numbers, websites, addresses and more,” stated Steve Eiseler, President/CEO of the Traverse City Michigan based food processing and marketing company.

“After being here since 1973, it never ceases to amaze me how much effort it takes to be sure our records are accurate and Share-ify really did the heavy lifting for us on this. We just did not have the time,” explained Eiseler.

To start a free 30-day trial email service@share-ify.com. To learn more, visit the website at www.Share-ify.com

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