This takes the total capital raised by the company to Rs 12 crore.
Supplynote connects restaurants and suppliers, and digitizes the process of procurement. Under parent entity Adcount Technologies it also operates Adurcup, a B2B ecommerce platform.
“Our solution will enable the restaurant outlets to fast-track their journey back to their regular business by helping them save money on their inventory and manage their supply chain better. The solution is more relevant to the clients now when they are struggling to return to normalcy,” Kumar Kushang, co-founder and CEO of Supplynote told ET.
The capital will help the startup expand its teams and operations across India as well as boost product development.
Supplynote plans to enable 2000 more restaurant outlets in India with the aim of reaching a $100 million transaction volume run rate in the next two years. The platform said it can help restaurants reduce their operational costs by 8-10%.
“The restaurant industry, strong-armed by delivery platforms, is ripe for digitalization and disruption. Supplynote enables restaurants not only to increase profit by 70% but also to supercharge their supply chain efficiency,” said William Bao Bean, General Partner at SOSV.
Kushang founded Adurcup in 2015 after graduating from IIT Kanpur. He launched Supplynote last year.