Snappy Shopper has announced a partnership with Greens Retail to provide its new Home Delivery and Click and Collect offering.
The retail chain currently operates 21 stores across Scotland and recently signed a five-year deal with Nisa. The partnership will initially roll out in Greens Retail stores in the Fife area with a view to extending to all 21 once the model is established.
Greens has added former Snappy Shopper colleague Chris McGregor as Head of Online and Digital. McGregor will work on offering customers an efficient home delivery and in-app shopping experience, with wider expansions of the service expected in due course.
Commenting on the new partnership, Snappy Shopper founder & chief executive officer Mike Callachan said: “We are thrilled to partner with Greens Retail to bring Snappy Shopper’s advanced technology and delivery solutions to their stores. This collaboration aligns perfectly with our mission to support retailers and use our technology to enhance the shopping experience for all customers. Greens Retail’s commitment to excellence mirrors our own, and together, we are excited to create something that we believe will be significant for the industry.”
Greens Retail managing director Harris Aslam added: “We are delighted to join forces with Snappy Shopper to revolutionise our customer experience for our convenience and food to go offerings such as Subway, Costa Coffee, Skwishee, and Fisher & Donaldson to the Snappy App. The seamless integration of Snappy Shopper’s technology with our stores will empower us to offer quick and convenient home delivery and click & collect services, aligning perfectly with our commitment to delivering exceptional service to our customers.”