Bringg is a delivery service software that companies can integrate into their existing business, to compete with dedicated delivery services.
Businesses such as Uber and Amazon Prime have brought on-demand delivery to consumers around the world and we have already seen the likes of Magic offer to fulfill clients’ delivery demands at the drop of a hat. Now, Bringg is a delivery service software that established companies can integrate into their existing business, in order to compete with dedicated delivery services.
Bringg is a Tel Aviv-based startup that has already attracted hundreds of B2B customers since it launched in 2013. The service enables businesses to offer their customers all the features that they have come to expect during a delivery process: real-time driver tracking, dispatch alerts and reliable ETAs.
The service is available for any business — from a small food-delivery businesses to large retail organizations with over 1000 drivers. Companies start by signing up for the web and mobile-based management platforms and choosing a pricing plan according to the scale of their operation. Then, whenever a new order comes through, it can be managed via the central SaaS dashboard, and everything down to the delivery truck can be branded with the company’s logo. Customers can follow the progress of their delivery on a real-time map and receive notification via SMS or a company app. If the company already has a delivery management system, these can be integrated with Bringg.
A starter package of 2500 monthly orders costs USD 625 per month and includes analytics reports and data delivery recording. Could other businesses adapt to the on-demand market?