Cdiscount, which is well-known for their innovative offerings, can now provide their customers with full visibility across the delivery process, enabling them to view and follow their orders in real time.
All these changes have suddenly turned the spotlight on hitherto behind-the-scenes logistics businesses such as Bringg, which believes that “customer-centric logistics systems have become the new strategic imperative for companies facing these new challenges.
“Retailers have an enormous opportunity to reach new locations if they create a good logistics infrastructure with the right tools, and the opportunity is simply too good to be missed,” says Raanan Cohen, co-founder and chief executive of Chicago-based Bringg…”
Food delivery is big business. Consumers demand convenience and choice when it comes to takeout. Food delivery options used to be limited to pizza and Chinese food, but now virtually any type of cuisine is available to the public. Morgan Stanley Research points to a core addressable annual restaurant spend of $210 billion in the United States alone, of which online food delivery currently comprises only $10 billion – less than 5 percent.
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Program graduate Bringg recently raised $10 million in a round of financing that included none other than The Coca-Cola Co.
Raanan Cohen, Bringg’s CEO is quoted in the article – “Amazon has become a leading player in the grocery industry overnight. It’s crunch time for the industry.
Coca Cola Co., to avoid lost sales and keep product flowing in small retailers, is encouraging mom-and-pop stores to use a mobile app to replenish shelves with cans and cases on demand.