ParcelPal Technology Inc. (CSE: PKG; Frankfurt: PT0), a Vancouver based publicly traded company offering same-day delivery of merchandise for leading retailers in Vancouver and soon in major cities Canada-wide and the US, announced today, an exciting new partnership with an emerging online ordering platform provider based out of Texas, USA.
This Texas company currently provides an online solution for restaurants and liquor stores to enable consumers to order food and alcohol through a merchant’s website. They have spent considerable time and effort to streamline the online ordering process by; developing technology to bypass point of sale integration’s, eliminating expensive implementations, and reducing the overhead that hold restaurants back from offering an online menu; making an online commerce presence cheaper and easier – available to even the smallest businesses.
Now, partnered with ParcelPal, merchants will have a fully customized solution for online ordering and delivery to the end consumer. Consumers will be able to log onto the integrated merchants website, select the goods they wish to purchase, and have it delivered to them within an hour. CEO Jason Moreau states, “Our partner’s ordering platform is intuitive, convenient and straight forward for both merchants and consumers to use. Merchants can have their account set up, fully integrate and start delivering their goods in under 7 days or less.”
ParcelPal is already experiencing growth in the Vancouver market, and this alliance will step that up and enable the Company’s expansion into major cities across Canada, and ultimately, the US and abroad. “ParcelPal is experiencing rapid growth in Vancouver and we are eager to bring ParcelPal to major cities across Canada and the United States. This alliance will further allow us to enable thousands of businesses in North America to become part of the “shared economy” and is our first step towards expanding our Canadian footprint, and moving into the United States. We will be dramatically increasing options for consumers and creating new business for our corporate customers.” says Kelly Abbott, ParcelPal’s President.