New Feature- Sending F2F Orders


New Feature
Sending F2F Orders

Each day more and more of you are selecting to bypass the wire services and send the orders directly to another florist, paying them with your credit card.  This obviously will save you and the filling florists some money.  However up to now, with flowerSoft anyhow, you had to pick up the phone and call the other florist, which to many of you was an inconvenience.

Now, however, you can e-mail the other florist a copy of the order right after you print it (if you have selected a filling florist) and no longer have to make the call.

In order for this feature to work, you must have an e-mail address for the filling florist.  You should also have the percentage of the order you would like to keep and, if receiving orders from the same florist, what percentage you are willing to give up.

You do this right from the florist database, as shown below…

f2f01

The first time you do this, you should also give the filling florist your credit card so that they can keep it on file for future orders.
Here is what the e-mail the other florist will receive:

f2f02

and this is what the pdf attachment will look like…

f2f03

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for improvements I would love to hear them.

 

2 thoughts on “New Feature- Sending F2F Orders

  1. I should also add that your own flower shop should also be in the F2F database.
    I am thinking of giving you the option to send the credit card information in the pdf file or not.
    You should already have the F2F entries in your system, but if you do not there is an option in the Manager’s menu > Utilities > Florist Database > Create F2F Database that will create all the F2F entries for you.

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