QuickFlora Introduces BloomHouse On-Demand Flower Lockers
Fort Lauderdale, FL: Today, QuickFlora, a leader in floral technology and marketing innovation announced the availability of BloomHouse flower lockers for the US market.
Alex Frost, CEO of QuickFlora, explains the idea behind BloomHouse. “We introduced this new concept as a way for flower companies to expand sales with minimal variable costs”. “Using our ICON software technology, any company can efficiently operate a kiosk 24/7/365 anywhere they have a ground lease available.”
A New Way for Consumers to Purchase Flowers
As consumers gravitate toward real-time, on-demand consumers products - a BloomHouse flower locker allows a company to service this market with minimal variable costs. It can even be used to expand an existing local brand or franchise without investing in new brick and mortar locations.
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As a leader in web-based ERP systems for floral companies, QuickFlora software allows a company to manage perishable inventory on a individual product basis. This ensures maximum freshness for consumers and minimal spoilage. Our unique QuickFlora technology has been stress tested over the last decade with some of the largest flower retailers in North America ensuring profitable BloomHouse management.
Organically Growing the Flower Market
Thirty years ago, supermarkets did not sell flowers. Today consumers purchase over six billion dollars a year in fresh flowers from over 23,000 mass market locations. The mass market providers proved that if you made the product easy to buy and priced it right, consumers would buy more flowers. We believe there exists an even larger untapped flower market once consumers have fresh, quality flowers available to them at Uber speed - 24/7/365.
About QuickFlora, Inc.: QuickFlora developes innovative technology and marketing solutions for flower companies in North America. Founded in 2010, QuickFlora has designed, developed and maintained web based ERP/POS systems for some of the largest flower companies in the country.