My Office Apps, Inc. and Meals on Wheels-San Francisco Announce Partnership to Expand Meal Production for Home Bound Seniors

Kechie software to increase meal production to 20,000 daily with opening of new state-of-the-art kitchen

My Office Apps, Inc. (MOA), an industry leader in business improvement software, is proud to announce our partnership with Meals on Wheels-San Francisco (MOWSF).  Kechie inventory management will help streamline inventory and production of meals and manage the supply chain in their new state-of-the-art kitchen facility.

Kechie’s one-click visibility to in-process, on-hand and allocated inventories, with lot tracing and tracking, allows MOWSF to manage meal production and delivery with control and confidence.

As a leader in business improvement software solutions, Kechie provides a configurable platform to manage and analyze procurement, inventory, preparation and distribution of meals through Meals on Wheels-San Francisco, to countless seniors and people in need.

Together, we aim to build a stronger, more efficient collaboration to support health and welfare within our communities by delivering hope through cloud-based solutions.

About Meals on Wheels-San Francisco

Since 1970, Meals on Wheels-San Francisco (MOWSF) has been serving people, mostly seniors aged 60 and older, who have the greatest physical, social, and economic needs and who have limited ability to purchase food and have little to no support from family and caregivers. (MOWSF) has provided seniors residing in San Francisco with what they need to live independent and dignified lives – nutritious meals, professional social work services including wellness checks, and a friendly visitor. In 2019, staff and volunteers delivered 2 million meals to nearly 5,000 homebound seniors and adults with disabilities.

In 2020, Meals on Wheels-San Francisco will celebrate 50 years of serving the older adult community. Construction is underway on a new state-of-the-art kitchen and food production facility in Bayview that will increase the organization’s capacity to produce up to 20,000 meals daily – more than doubling its current meal production capacity at 8,000 meals a day. The new kitchen will be the largest of its kind in California and is expected to be in operation in October 2020. To learn more about Meals on Wheels-San Francisco and to sign up for news and information, visit Meals On Wheels SF.

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Meals on Wheels San Francisco Transforms Supply Chain Management to Serve Up to 30,000 Meals Each Day

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