Bringg’s Delivery Hub sees strong growth in demand

Bringg, the delivery and fulfilment cloud platform provider, has announced it has seen an 11-fold growth in demand for its Delivery Hub across many key verticals in its North American, European and South American markets over the last 12 months.

The Bringg Delivery Hub enables high street shops to offer deliveries, with the platform coordinating resources to improve performance and efficiency for both sides. The Hub synchronises delivery, driver arrival and retail operations to reduce congestion and delays and ensures faster, more reliable delivery and returns.

“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.”

Retailers can select and manage new fleets as their demand changes without needing to build or maintain integrations. The system allows them to implement and deploy delivery options as required and brand their deliveries in the same ‘feel’ that customers would get in-store. In addition they can 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.”