17 07, 2015

Uber-like service tracks deliveries in real-time

By | July 17th, 2015|Categories: In The News|0 Comments

From The GrapevinePublished Jul 2015 | By Mike Bederka We live in an Uber world, where thanks to this groundbreaking transportation app, we know precisely how many minutes we have to wait for our ride to come. However, that same transparency and real-time tracking does not exist on a [...]

15 05, 2015

At Your Service

By | May 15th, 2015|Categories: In The News|0 Comments

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 [...]

12 05, 2015

Bringg and Zuppler Partnership Empowers Restaurants

By | May 12th, 2015|Categories: In The News|0 Comments

Total Food ServicePublished May 2015 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. Consumers that order food delivery from restaurants within the [...]

6 05, 2015

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

By | May 6th, 2015|Categories: In The News|0 Comments

RetailDIVEPublished May 2015 | By Daphne Howland 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 [...]

12 02, 2015

Bringg Lets Any Business Offer Uber-Like Experiences To Their Customers

By | February 12th, 2015|Categories: In The News|0 Comments

Uber has set the standard for mobile transportation apps, allowing customers to order, pay for and view their driver’s location right from their mobile device. Now, a new startup calledBringg wants to offer a similar level of visibility for any delivery-based service or those with drivers en route – whether that’s [...]