Delivery Logistics for the
Food, Retail and Logistics Industries

The latest news about Bringg and its market-leading delivery platform

[Press Release] Bringg Adds Auto-Dispatch To Its Delivery Logistics Platform, Helping Businesses Improve On-Time Deliveries by More Than 50%

First auto-dispatch deployments with leading restaurant chain lowered dispatcher workloads by up to 70%, as a result of automatically distributing orders to drivers in real-time.

[Sueddeutsche Zeitung] Die Mobil-Macher

In Tel Aviv testen Unternehmer, wie Mobilität in Zukunft aussehen könnte. Sie entwerfen Fahrpläne, die Echtzeitdaten verwenden, Logistik, die Amazon schlagen soll, und Chips, die Autos leichter machen.

[Silicon Republic] 23 amazing start-ups from Tel Aviv to watch

Bringg is the creator of a SaaS platform used by companies in the logistics, retail, food, CPG and services industry, aimed at achieving logistical excellence despite complex delivery ecosystems. Founded by Lior Sion and Raanan Cohen, the start-up has raised $31m so far.

[Food Service Equipment Reports] Store To Door

"Owning the supply chain all the way to the customer enables businesses to control the entire customer experience." says Raanan Cohen, CEO of software logistics platform bringg, Tel Aviv, Israel, "leveraging their brand at every single touch-point, from the driver's uniform to the giveaways they distribute."

[Calcalist] 2018 Will See Ceaseless Change in Delivery Logistics

Bringg CEO, Raanan Cohen discussing in Calcalist some of the trends impacting delivery logistics in 2018 - including real-time visibility, big data and the the sharing economy.

[Press Release] Bringg Announces $22 Million Series B Round Following Strong Deal Traction with International Brands

Follow-up $12 million round, which includes automotive leader Dr. Shmuel Harlap, shipping and real estate magnate Eyal Ofer (via O.G. Tech Ventures), and Salesforce Ventures, will help further accelerate Bringg’s international growth.

[Supply Chain Management Review] Major Supply Chain Trends for 2018

2017 was an important year for delivery logistics. With ecommerce sales reaching $23 trillion in annual sales worldwide, customers are relying on better and faster deliveries for all sort of goods and services.

[Press Release] French eCommerce Giant Cdiscount Starts Using the Bringg Platform to Provide Superior Customer Experience

Bringg provides Cdiscount customers with full visibility across their deliveries, enabling them to track their deliveries in real time. Bringg announced today that Cdiscount, the leading e-commerce retailer in France, is rolling out its platform across their delivery operations.

[WIRED UK] The Hottest Startups in Tel Aviv

World-class technical universities, plus expertise developed by Israel's defence industry and deep links with the US market, has led to a wealth of startups in security and computer vision.

[Commerce Connectè] Cdiscount va lancer la géolocalisation temps réel de ses livreurs

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.

[Supply Chain Management Review] Leveraging Returns as Part of the Online Shopping Experience

As online retail grows, retailers have to leverage every new touchpoint in the delivery process in order to continuously build customer loyalty. One of the touchpoints that doesn’t get as much attention as the others is the returns process.

[Zuora] Customer-Centric Logistics for The Amazon Era

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.
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