Bringg: providing retailers with more flexibility with their deliveries
Delivery and fulfillment cloud platform provider Bringg, has announced it has partnered globally with Uber to improve the retail delivery experience for customers across the world.
Through this partnership, which covers retail and B2B sectors, Bringg’s customers now have seamless access to drivers through Uber Direct, which enables them to provide same-day and next-day delivery, without needing to sacrifice key delivery elements like branding, measurement, visibility, or quality.
Demand for retail delivery is increasing significantly, and is due, in large part, to the pandemic accelerating an ecommerce surge. In order to meet the surplus of delivery fulfillment needs for their customers and scale delivery capabilities, businesses need to be able to rely on on-demand crowdsourcing options, much like they do already in food retail.
“The world is rapidly changing, and retailers need to adapt to meet customers where they are. Our partnership with Uber provides retailers with more flexibility in the delivery cycle, not only ensuring that our customers get their orders when and where they want, but enables them to do so without compromising quality or profitability in the delivery cycle, which is key to an excellent customer experience and maintaining a healthy business,” said Niko Avrutov, VP of Alliances at Bringg.
The global partnership supports both efforts in scaling deliveries by expanding Bringg’s customers’ delivery networks while offering them the ability to measure and manage every fleet of drivers through a single platform. With key capabilities like driver tracking for increased visibility and synchronized driver arrival and order prep, which ensure just-in-time preparation and handoff, for optimal speed and efficiency, customers can enhance delivery capabilities while maintaining brand excellence. For Uber Direct, the partnership enables them to seamlessly launch its services to retailers and rapidly accelerate time to market.