Advanced global service platform brings warehouse closer to everyone
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 25, 2019–
Serve continues to transform the last-mile with the announcement of its patented mobile warehousing technology. With this addition to its cohesive blockchain-based platform, Serve creates a new paradigm in smart logistics and complete customer satisfaction. Reducing the distance between the warehouse and end-user improves the order fulfillment experience for all participants by shortening delivery times and reducing costs. Businesses can now expand their footprint without the added infrastructure. Integrating this technology into Serve’s award-winning platform furthers its goal of becoming a global engine for commerce and last-mile logistics.
“Our mobile warehousing system distinguishes Serve in the modern, on-demand delivery and logistics industries,” says Serve’s CEO Shahan Ohanessian. “With the increased efficiency and optimization this brings to our delivery processes, businesses will be able to provide big-box capabilities and order fulfillment services to customers everywhere.”
Renowned for its innovative software, Serve makes last-mile logistics a viable option for all businesses. The Serve Platform provides access to new markets, goods, and services. With its unique solution, Serve is able to establish accountability, increase efficiency, and reduce costs at every stage of a transaction without sacrificing customer experience.
Serve empowers today’s on-demand consumer-driven environment by providing an intuitive, efficient and Global platform directly linking Users, Enterprises/Businesses and Delivery Providers. Facilitating transactions, from ordering products to ridesharing and deliveries, Serve enables every person, business and provider to buy/sell/receive/deliver pharmaceuticals, food, rides, products, groceries, services and eventually anything.
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