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Yello’s New Delivery App Aims To Compete With Amazon Prime

Yello's New Delivery App Aims To Compete With Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime and Deliveroo have got more competition!

Australia’s retail market and especially the logistics surrounding it, are evolving at a rapid pace. Enter Drive Yello’s new corporate business app, Yello Deliveryoffering on-demand express delivery for everything from gifts to flowers, groceries etc.

The new app essentially helps businesses efficiently manage last mile logistics to meet the ever-increasing need for near-instant delivery (same-day delivery is everything, so we’re guilty as charged!).

The new app gives immediate access to a network of couriers to provide same-day delivery; all of this at the touch of a button.

Businesses just simply post a courier request to the app’s on-demand driver and rider marketplace to receive an instant quote and estimated time of pick up. This significantly reduces the logistical nightmare of management hours and costs. At the same time, it increases customer satisfaction.

Over the past four years, Yello has partnered with brands like Menulog, La Porchetta and McDonald’s to streamline their delivery process. With the new app, they’re already partnering with major retailers such as Woolworths and BWS.

Drive Yello is offering businesses a 14-day free trial (no Yello fees will be charged) of the new on-demand service. You can download the new app from Google Play or Apple App Store.

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