While New York will always be known as “The city that never sleeps”, the worldwide explosion of 24/7 on-demand services has changed both business owners’ and customers’ mindsets. Businesses that depend on deliveries understand the potential of ‘out-of-business hours’, especially as customers around the world get accustomed to ordering what they want wherever, whenever. Even small businesses that were traditionally focused on ‘brick-and-mortar’ such as restaurants, are seeing in some occasions a bigger portion of their revenues coming from deliveries; those who serve late-night customers are reaping the benefits from a new wave of demand coming from people who want more than the traditional trading hours.
In September 2016, Nicolas Jedrazak and Magosia Sitkowska launched Dailyvery in Warsaw. To follow the global trend, they pioneered on-demand restaurant deliveries for Warsaw’s thriving food scene – where excellent new restaurants are opening every month with exciting cuisine options.
It’s that time of year again, tis the season to deliver. Deliver companies are upping their game to spread the holiday cheer. This year these 5 delivery companies took the extra step to convince consumers that they should be the ones to spread the joy:
One question we come across quite often here at Bringg is “Will your solution integrate with what I have today?” A valid question indeed, as it stems from the concern of resources wasted. All companies spend time, money and thought in the creation of business operations.
Traditional Supply Chain Metrics are relatively well known, but in the age of empowered consumers, customer centric supply chains have become more important. Within the context of customer centric supply chains, it’s important to look at these supply chain metrics as they relate to the customer centric model.
In 1991 catalog industry veteran Don Libey went on stage at the annual Catalog Conference and claimed that the country is heading towards same-day delivery models. Many seasoned catalog executives in the audience laughed. Today, retail giants like Amazon.com, Google, eBay and Wal-Mart are making same-day delivery a reality.