FREMONT, Calif. - October 8, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
Effective Oct. 1, 2020, QuestTag, the innovative Silicon Valley startup powering easy self-delivery for restaurants and local businesses around the world, goes to market as Shipday. Pilot users, customers and partners worldwide have been working with the growing platform since 2019, testing functionality and working with the developers to enhance, refine and create a super-friendly easy application for managing "self-delivery" for small to medium-sized businesses in local markets around the world.
Envisioned as an essential platform for any local business selling online, Shipday is now an integral component in the e-commerce ecosystem – the delivery tracking app that makes it easy to manage deliveries with their own drivers. Restaurant owners and managers have become the fastest-growing user segment, already processing more than half a million transactions in 2020 – in more than 80 countries around the world.
Shipday integrates with various popular online restaurant ordering and e-commerce platforms, allowing restaurateurs to use their own employees to process delivery orders commission-free. In this way, customers directly order from them on their restaurant website and get deliveries directly from restaurant staff with the same great user experience offered by leading delivery apps.
This alternative self-delivery model helps the restaurant keep their employees during this difficult time and save money from commission-based delivery apps such as GrubHub, UberEats, DoorDash and others.
Shipday is on a mission to make local deliveries easy and affordable for small businesses – from restaurant deliveries to same-day e-commerce. In a digital-first economy, Shipday democratizes access to local delivery technologies for businesses regardless of size.
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