The logistic tech, Ukraine, is going to assist eCommerce brands in cracking next-day delivery. The wait for the parcel enriches consumer lives with zeal and excitement. It goes the same with the drivers.
eCommerce brands like Amazon try to put the warehouse near the population center. The reshaping of the shipping and logistics sector is continuous. It is becoming one of the most important metrics in the world.
50% of eCommerce consists of shipping volume today. Itamar Zur, who is the CEO of the next-day delivery platform, states, “shipping providers in the past designed their businesses around large package delivery B2B businesses.
Volume was flat throughout the week. You needed the same number of trucks. You needed the same number of drivers every day of the week. That’s not the world we are living in anymore.”
Zur aims to build a marketplace that can define the process of delivery. The final outlay of route, goods, and drivers. The eCommerce brands are continuously struggling to reduce the delivery of goods.
He points out the situation of pandemics. The traditional delivery systems need rapid involvement. It requires flexibility. The new-age customers demand quick delivery. The visibility of the delivery process to the end customer is necessary.
Customer experience is what the eCommerce brands orbit now. The merchant and brand experience are gaining importance.
Consumers adjoin the lack of delivery of goods in time to the brands. Brands tend to lose control in such cases. The control of delivery is now in the hands of the customer. The means and ways they want the good to deliver.
The high customer lifetime value is undertaken by these determinants. Veho Platforms are bringing change. They let the customers track and talk live to the customer support. The predictive tech stack enables the liquidity of driver-partners.
The eCommerce brands working with Veho increased 40% of customer lifetime value. The repurchase rate rose to 20%.