Introduction to On Demand Delivery Service
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In the era of COVID19 and post-corona, the trend to pay attention to distribution is the high growth of the online food market. Food is the most important item in our consumption life.
Consumer interest is also very high. However, it has the lowest online penetration rate. All you need to hire a software development team to create an online delivery app for your business.
With COVID19, the online food market, a representative low-penetration category, began to grow rapidly. However, not all participants in the market will benefit from growth.
Only companies that can earn consumer trust by providing differentiated services will only get benefited from this growth.
In order to increase the selling of online food, one needs to provide fresh food to the customers. In addition, offline infrastructure is a great help to sell fresh products in a timely manner.
The online food market is an opportunity for companies with offline infrastructure. In the post-corona era, with the high growth of the online food market, the value of offline will be re-examined.
COVID19, a factor in changing consumer behavior patterns
COVID19 has changed consumer behavior patterns. Consumers who were dependent on online food purchases during the COVID19 pandemic were forced to start buying food online at the request of someone.
The online food market, a representative low-penetration category in the online market, has started high growth.
No other country is more convenient for online shopping than Korea. Even after the end of COVID19, some consumers who have experienced convenient online food purchases will continue to purchase.
Recently, as the high growth potential of the online food market has been confirmed once again, online and offline retailers are expanding online food sales. COVID19 has accelerated the growth of the online food market.
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As of 19, the proportion of food and beverages in the retail market was the highest at 24%. Despite accounting for the highest proportion of consumption, the online penetration rate of food and beverages is the lowest at 15%. Why didn’t people buy food online?
The main reason is that you can’t trust the quality when buying food online. One reason is not only the feeling of wanting to see and buy but also the disappointing experiences of past online purchases.
Fresh food has a high dispersal rate and quality control is difficult. More than fashion, MD’s competitiveness and know-how and the company’s systematic management system determine consumer loyalty.
This is the reason why online retailers have not succeeded despite continuing attempts to sell fresh food online.
COVID19 has raised consumers’ demand for online food purchases. A company that can efficiently respond to increased purchase demand and at the same time satisfy consumers is a strong offline distribution company with MD competitiveness and management know-how in fresh food.
Actually, among online food buyers, the reason why large discount stores use online stores is not because of brand power or price competitiveness, but because of quality.
This is why SSG.COM received great attention from March to April when demand for online food purchases exploded due to the increase in COVID19 confirmed cases.
The era of delivery, the expansion of the functions of offline stores
Another reason consumers don’t buy food online is that they can’t wait for delivery or are concerned about product damage during delivery.
Consumers don’t want their fresh food once again to get on the delivery vehicle for a long time. This is why in the post-corona era, the infrastructure closest to consumers, and offline stores can attract attention.
The original role of offline retailer stores, including E-Mart, is a sales channel, so it is within the consumer life zone.
It provides faster and more efficient access to consumers than any distribution center of online retailers as they have extended a dedicated software development team.
With the recent development of logistics technology, fast delivery services are becoming common. Consumers also show high interest in the fast delivery service. Thus, on-line and offline distributors have started focusing on short-distance delivery.
In the era of fast delivery, the offline infrastructure within the consumer’s living area becomes the competitiveness of retailers. We can develop an on-demand fuel delivery solution as useful as a food delivery app.
Kunal Gohil, Product Manager of Gasswift, one of the leading on-demand cooking gas delivery solutions.
He is a highly motivated entrepreneur who drives his organization with his exemplary leadership skills.
His aim is always to strive for perfection and to come up with innovative gas and fuel delivery solutions.