Published at: 2019-04-16 12:46 | Author: Robert McLean
Dropit delivers shopping bags to customers' doors, along with actionable customer data to retailers' spreadsheets
When it comes to the development of smartphone apps for the retail sector, most of the action has concentrated on retailers getting shoppers into their e-shops, or to visit their brick and mortar stores. Recently, though, a five-year old London-based venture has been looking to make the breakthrough on the post-purchase side of things. The idea behind Dropit is to let shoppers get on with the business of buying things by delivering their purchases to their home or hotel. Rather than being limite...

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