News & Events
Edible Software VP Nominated for Exclusive Leadership Program
Edible Software Vice President, Charles Butler, has been nominated for the United Fresh Produce Industry Leadership Program. The program selects twelve (12) individuals with an established career in the produce industry to take the next step and develop their professional skills focused on Leadership, Business Relationships, Governmental and Public Affairs, and Media and Public Communication.
Edible Software End of Year 2013 News
Edible Software has seen a year of impressive growth in 2013. With the installation of Trevor Morris as CEO in late 2012, formerly Senior VP, the company has increased revenue, staff, and entered into new markets for the inventory and accounting software. “I am proud of the team we have in place at Edible Software and am excited to see what the New Year will bring,” says Morris.
Edible Software Ranked Largest Houston-Area Software Developer
Each year, HBJ ranks and publishes a list of software development firms in the Houston and surrounding areas each year. Primarily based on the number of full time employees, Edible Software is ranked #20 for 2013 out of 25 companies.
FREE 15 POINT SERVER & SYSTEM ANALYSIS FROM ES IT SOLUTIONS
In today’s business environment, administrators need to ensure their IT infrastructure is efficient and reliable. If you have added users and / or modules to your original Edible Software configuration, your current hardware may not be keeping up with your day-to-day business demands. In addition, as you continue to use Edible, your database grows in size, potentially making it less efficient.
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EDIBLE SOFTWARE EXHIBITING AT THE 2011 INTERNATIONAL BOSTON SEAFOOD SHOW
Edible Software is exhibiting at the International Boston Seafood Show to be held March 20 - 22, 2011 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Edible Software will be exhibiting at Booth #471; we encourage you to stop by our booth to see the latest developments in Edible's core suite of food distribution software.
EDIBLE SOFTWARE EXHIBITING AT THE PMA FRESH SUMMIT
Edible Software is exhibiting at the PMA Fresh Summit, Trade Show and Exhibition to be held October 15 - 18, 2010, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida USA. Edible Software will be exhibiting at Booth #4071 at this year's PMA Fresh Summit Show. We encourage you to stop by our booth to see the latest developments in Edible's Core Suite of Food Distribution Software.
WHOLESALE FOOD SOFTWARE: EDIBLE SOFTWARE CAPTURES BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 'WINNER OF DISTINCTION' AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PERFORMANCE, SALES, SERVICE.
HOUSTON, TX (June 24, 2009) – A Houston wholesale food software firm that designs, sells and maintains industry-specific software for the meat, seafood, grocery, produce and beverage industries won the 'Winner of Distinction' Award for Excellence at the recent Greater Houston and South Texas chapter of the Better Business Bureau celebration.
EDIBLE SOFTWARE CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY
HOUSTON, TX – April 23, 2009 – "We've seen a revolution in this business," says Henri Morris, a CPA with ties to the wholesale food accounting software industry since its beginnings. Morris, who is president and CEO of Edible Software, a Houston-based wholesale food accounting and inventory control software company is celebrating thirty years in business.
EDIBLE SOFTWARE'S NEW ACCOUNTING MODULE FEATURED IN "SEAFOOD BUSINESS" MAGAZINE.
HOUSTON, TX – April 20, 2009 – Accounting and inventory-control software company Edible Software was featured in the March issue of the 14,000-circulation magazine, "Seafood Business." The magazine reported the launch of Edible Software's newest food accounting software module, Edible Scan. Henri Morris, the CPA who is president and CEO of the company said the new module enables seafood distributors to cut payroll costs.
FOOD SAFETY: NEW ENGLAND PRODUCE COMPANY VOLUNTARILY RECALLS PEANUT SNACKS; CREDITS EDIBLE FOOD ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE FOR TRACING BAD PEANUTS, HELPING PROTECT CONSUMERS.
HOUSTON, TX, February 22, 2009 -- A New England produce company that voluntarily recalled snacks manufactured from peanuts processed in the Georgia company at the center of a nationwide outbreak of salmonella-related illness attributed food accounting software operating on the produce company's computers for helping trace customers who bought the products.