Bringg, NRS platform for local stores home delivery

  • September 1, 2022
  • William Payne

Retail delivery platform Bringg is working with POS specialist National Retail Solutions (NRS) to provide local and independent retailers with an e-commerce platform to provide cost-efficient local deliveries within neighbourhoods. The agreement will allow local stores to deliver competitively against the largest nationwide chains.

NRS provides POS systems to local convenience stores, and has over 19,000 independent convenience stores across the United States as customers. Under the collaboration, NRS customers will be able to source and manage external delivery providers for home delivery services using Bringg’s Delivery Hub.

“Consumers are steadily migrating to digital channels, and independent, neighbourhood retailers are in danger of losing out to large retail chains with robust, well-capitalised e-commerce and delivery solutions,” said Elie Y. Katz, president and chief executive officer of NRS. “Through our partnership with Bringg, we are excited to introduce a new approach that will make it easy for independent, neighbourhood retailers and bodegas to compete successfully in this dynamic market.”

“Our e-commerce solution allows NRS’ independent retailers to offer their customers digital ordering,” Katz added. “Now NRS will integrate with Bringg’s SaaS delivery platform to offer timely local delivery at no cost to the retailer. This is a powerful combination that will enable neighbourhood retailers to compete for and win new customers in the digital marketplace.”

“We are thrilled to partner with NRS,” said the CEO of Bringg, Guy Bloch. “And we’re even more excited to join them on their mission to make delivery and fulfilment accessible to the independent stores by enabling the economy of scale with Bringg’s open delivery management platform supporting the NRS marketplace. NRS has an impressive track record of innovation and high growth, and it is great to partner with a brand that shares our purpose of democratising last mile delivery.”