Bringg’s delivery hub sees 11-fold growth within 12 months

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Delivery and fulfillment cloud platform provider Bringg has announced that its Delivery Hub experienced 11-fold growth across key retail verticals in North America, Europe and South America over the past 12 months.

Bringg’s Delivery Hub enables brick-and-mortar retailers and delivery providers to access a common platform that not only allows access to the delivery resources available in the market, but coordinates to improve performance and efficiency for both sides. Synchronizing delivery, driver arrival and retail operations means less congestion, fewer delays and faster, more reliable delivery and returns, according to the company.

“The global pandemic has created a clear demand for retailers to optimize their delivery models, and this most often means working effectively with multiple providers,” said Niko Avrutov, VP of alliances at Bringg. “The Delivery Hub now includes almost 40 fleets, with access to approximately eight million local delivery drivers. The growth of this movement proves that the retail industry is coming together to provide better solutions to retailers and shoppers. We are thrilled to continue to expand our offering and in turn improve customer experiences when demand for delivery continues to increase.”

The Delivery Hub enables retailers to select and manage new fleets as demand requires, without the need to build or maintain integrations. They are able to implement and deploy delivery options faster, brand deliveries to match the same brand feel that consumers would see in-store, easily measure and automate performance, scale up delivery and create cost and operational efficiencies.

“Now more than ever before, retailers are using their physical retail footprints to offer better pickup and rapid, convenient delivery,” said Avrutov. “As consumers continue to expect and demand delivery options that are reliable and flexible, retailers need to prioritize their strategies for meeting these expectations while also optimizing efficiencies.”

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