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Dais X Offers Free Online Ordering, E-Commerce Resources During Crisis

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Dais X, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based digital company that works with middle-market companies, is providing online ordering and e-commerce resources free of charge to small businesses in the food and beverage industry. Certain qualifying businesses also will be offered a suite of free services during the Covid-19 crisis. 

Dais X made the decision to aid small businesses facing the accelerated demand for online ordering and e-commerce capabilities, especially independent food and beverage brands, grocers, convenience stores and restaurants, as customers make an effort to limit the spread of Covid-19.

“We are facing a crisis here in North Carolina and across the U.S., and we are seeing companies across every industry look to new solutions and business models in order to adapt,” said Neal Davis, CEO of Dais X. “As we see the unprecedented rise in demand for online ordering and e-commerce capabilities, we feel obligated to help these small businesses adjust, pivot, launch and manage these solutions.”

Dais X has seen the evolution of e-commerce and online ordering over the past several years in both the B2B and B2C markets. Efforts to reduce the spread of Covid-19 have forced companies across industries and verticals to enable digital capabilities at an incredible rate. However, only larger companies currently have the technology and infrastructure to manage and scale at this rapid pace. Dais X will provide smaller businesses the ability to start, scale and manage their online ordering and e-commerce capabilities to ensure an experience in line with that of leading food and beverage businesses.

“No single person, company or government can stop the crisis our country is facing with Covid-19, but if we all work together, we can make an impact,” said Davis. “Now more than ever, corporations, governments and local communities need to work together in order to stabilize economies and ensure the business continuity of our small businesses.”

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