Harness the power of BODFS in your omnichannel retail strategy
Shorten delivery times, reduce shipping costs, and improve your omnichannel retail strategy. Roadie taps into excess capacity in passenger vehicles to solve ship-from-store with a flexible, scalable delivery solution with a nationwide footprint. Customers want choice and convenience. And there’s nothing more convenient than having an item delivered to your doorstep that same day. As retailers launch ship-from-store and bring products closer to their customers, the more likely they are to drive down e-commerce shipping costs and shorten delivery windows.
When considering e-commerce shipping solutions, retailers can utilize a Buy Online, Deliver From Store (“BODFS”) model to optimize their entire omnichannel retail strategy. A ship-from-store model allows retailers to:
Reduce the overall cost of last-mile logistics
Shorten delivery windows for any product, including oversized items
Increase customer satisfaction scores by offering flexible and convenient same-day delivery
Remove store distance as a purchase barriers
Transform your brick & mortar stores into forward distribution centers
Improve Customer Loyalty
Customers want convenience and product accessibility. An integrated omnichannel retail strategy bridges the digital and physical to enable next-day and same-day delivery.
Save Time and Money
Many retailers have found that utilizing their current brick & mortar footprint saves time and money when looking to open new forward distribution centers and launch BODFS.
Reduce Logistics Costs
Create a ship-from-store BODFS infrastructure to increase customer satisfaction, improve delivery speed, and reduce last-mile logistics costs.
Why your customers want a same-day, ship-from-store delivery option
Limited time to pickup
Vehicle size limitations
Ironclad delivery windows
Inconvenient store locations
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Launch BODFS in any retail market, no matter how big or small
Company A large enterprise retailer that has hundreds of brick & mortar locations and a robust online presence with thousands of orders purchased every day. This retailer is also looking to significantly expand their omnichannel retail strategy.
Challenge E-commerce customer expectations for next-day and same-day delivery have caused retailers to transform their omnichannel distribution strategy. With same-day delivery, retailers hope to drive sales, delight customers and build brand loyalty.
In addition to optimizing inventory repositioning, retailers need to launch ship-from-store to fulfill same-day delivery in large and small markets nationwide.
To launch a next-day and same-day BODFS model, retailers will need to find an e-commerce shipping solution that has the flexibility to handle variable size and volume at a predictable rate.
Solution Retailers partner with Roadie to launch BODFS and same-day delivery in a number of markets nationwide. Partnering with a scalable delivery workforce saves retailers from spending millions on infrastructure and overhead costs to build their own fleet.
Custom integrations allow the retailer to connect existing online checkout and order fulfillment systems with Roadie’s delivery infrastructure. As a result, retailers can drive and streamline same-day delivery, while also giving customers the ability to instantly schedule deliveries at point of sale.
Launch a new market in four weeks or less
Experience faster delivery times. Most retailers see < 2 hour average delivery time in major metro areas
Increase customer satisfaction scores across markets
Support delivery for oversized, heavy, and bulky items
Enjoy enterprise-grade features, including real-time tracking, confirmation photos, and 24/7 VIP live customer support
Determine SLA to guarantee delivery within specified time windows
Get the nation's largest local same-day delivery footprint.
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