Ocado partners with Stuart to deliver groceries in under an hour

Ocado partners with Stuart to deliver groceries in under an hour

UK online grocery retailer Ocado is partnering with Stuart, a last mile delivery platform specialising in same day and on demand delivery, to launch Ocado ZOOM.

Zoom allows customers to receive their groceries in less than 60 minutes after ordering online. This competitive service will be the amongst the fastest on the market, focused on offering shoppers a seamless customer experience by bringing together Ocado’s grocery model and Stuart’s delivery expertise.

David Saenz, Chief Operating Officer at Stuart says: “We are thrilled to be partnering with industry leader and innovator Ocado on Zoom and are excited to be enabling faster grocery delivery at such a pivotal time for this industry. By bringing together both companies’ cutting-edge technologies, we have built a service which facilitates the grocery shopping experience and gives consumers quicker and more flexible access to grocery shopping, matching their own fast-paced lives. This sector is quickly evolving and we are excited to be at the forefront of it.”

Over the last few years the UK online grocery market has grown exponentially, with sales figures predicted to grow by 48% by 2022. As industry innovators, Ocado look to offer the most efficient solutions to supersede customer expectations. Delivery plays a fundamental role in this process. As with other verticals, customers have become ever more aware of the delivery offerings that they can benefit from – making the last mile a key part of each grocer’s strategy in gaining and retaining customer loyalty.

Stuart’s technology brings together all variables around delivery to create the optimal conditions for the same day, on demand delivery model. The dispatcher, which automatically allocates jobs to the best suited available independent courier, allows for the speed promised by Ocado Zoom. Stuart’s technology seamlessly integrates with Ocado’s website, app and back-end, giving the company ownership over their end-customers’ journey. This enables the two organisations to work together to innovate the online grocery market, putting customer experience at the forefront of their offering.

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