New Sorted app hopes to shake up delivery for consumers and retailers

New Sorted app hopes to shake up delivery for consumers and retailers

The delivery industry faces a massive shake-up today as Sorted, a new game-changing app, launches with a promise to put both retailers and consumers in charge of the delivery experience.

David Grimes, founder and CEO at Sorted.Group explains: “Consumer expectations have reached an all-time high as retail giants such as Amazon continually push the art of the possible on delivery. Customers now expect their goods to arrive when they want it, where they want it. Today’s consumer is used to being able to order a taxi, find love, rent a house in a foreign country and listen to whatever music they want with the swipe of a finger, so why can’t they get their parcel redirected to work instead of their home two hours before it’s due? Sorted is harnessing and developing tech to embrace this change to give customers what they want.”

Sorted is a global technology business harnessing the power of technology to transform the complex world of deliveries into a simple, seamless experience. Its Sorted.Pro platform will be live in 19 countries, in 12 languages and six currencies by the end of 2017.

See the article in full at InternetRetailing.net

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