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[FromTheGrapevine] Amazon-like service tracks deliveries in real-time

Named one of the top 25 startups to watch in 2015 by Business Insider, Bringg is now deployed around the world, and the company has seen interest from businesses of all sizes and kinds.

[Entrepreneur] This Mobile App Tracks Deliveries in Real Time for All to See

It’s Friday night, and your pizza is MIA. When will the delivery guy show up? Meanwhile, back at the pizza joint, the owner is wondering when the driver will return. Thanks to Israel-based Bringg, now everyone can find out what they need to know.

[QSR Magazine] At Your Service

Delivery has suddenly become trendy. Once the specialty of pizza parlors and sandwich shops, the idea of transporting food to consumers’ front doors and workplaces is being embraced or tested by a range of quick-service and fast-casual restaurants. In the past year, chains as diverse as Panera Bread, Starbucks, and Taco Bell have either begun testing or plan to try out a delivery program for individual orders.

[TotalFood] Bringg and Zuppler Partnership Empowers Restaurants

Bringg, the web-based and mobile technology platform that helps businesses manage and control their delivery process and enables customers to track their deliveries in real-time, today announced a partnership with digital food ordering platform Zuppler.

[RetailDive] The rush is still on: How retailers can win the same-day delivery race

Just about a year ago, Retail Dive noted a definite surge in retailers and delivery services offering customers same-day delivery and asked — in light of research consistently finding that free and low-cost delivery is more important to consumers than same-day delivery of online orders — What’s the rush?

[TechCrunch] Bringg Lets Any Business Offer Amazon-Like Experiences To Their Customers

The company was founded in 2013 by Raanan Cohen (CEO), the former founder and CEO of MobileMax; and Lion Sion (CTO), previously the CTO of GetTaxi and Clarizen.com. Bringg has been operating in a beta period over the past six months, testing the service with a handful of customers representing different types of businesses, including food-delivery services Lishand Zuppler, for example. It’s now launching to the public.