(NEW YORK)–DeepSkyOne to launch DoorDrop as a new ‘no-contact’ last mile delivery app for customers seeking food, groceries, and other products, while reducing the need for human interaction.
DoorDrop, being developed in partnership with AppSwarm (OTC: SWRM), is a last mile ‘no-contact’ delivery platform that acts as an intermediary between merchants and customer who wish to get products from local stores delivered to their doorstep such as groceries, furniture, and pharmaceutical products.
Coronavirus and No Contact Deliveries
Due to recent outbreak in coronavirus many customers have increased their concerns of reducing human interaction and exposure, especially in nations where local quarantines have been issued.
DoorDrop platform can easily deploy a ‘no-contact’ delivery feature whereby customers request deliveries be left at door and are then alerted by SMS to their smartphone that package or products have been delivered and to go outside to pick them up.
Millennial Human Interaction
As just about any parent of a Millennial can tell you, these 18-34-year-olds typically prefer to communicate over a messaging app rather than make a phone call. Now be it from chatbot customer service, self-check out at local retail stores, or McDonald’s self-order kiosks millennial’s are becoming more and more accustomed to reduced human interaction, or more reliant on smartphone technology.
Of course, you can’t board brush an entire generation as some do still prefer human interaction, but DoorDrop could fill a growing trend in human less delivery interaction for those that prefer this service.
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What is No Contact Delivery?
Think GrubHub, or Seamless, but where delivery person never has direct contact with customer. The customer would order say groceries, pharmacy products, or food, and DoorDrop would leave delivery right at customers door.
How Would That Work?
After customer places order through the app the delivery person would leave food delivery right at customers door. The app would then immediately send an SMS test alert to customers phone that delivery has been made and is now outside door for pick up.
Customer would also be able to track the delivery in real-time using the app.
How Would I Tip Delivery Person?
The tip process can be included during purchase process thus no need to see or interact with any delivery person.
Why Would This Be Needed?
As coronavirus grows more and more people will seek to reduce human interaction, especially in areas of quaratines or with orders to ‘shelter in place’. As this could be expected to last weeks, if not months, an app like DoorDrop could become an atrractive featrue for people seeking to order food and groceries online, without having to deal with a live person.
How Long Would It Take to Launch?
The app is already built, and could be launched live as quick as 7-14 days. All that is needed is initial seed funding to pay tech support, and for online advertisement budget to push DoorDrop as a ‘no-contact’ delivery app while this pandemic continues to unfold.
Customer App: User app with signup and login along with ordering the items through the app selecting based on the diverse area user belongs to.
Store App: App for the store to manage the store tasks – adding, remove, filtering the items from the store app. Providing detailed information and processing the shipment of the items and tracking the same.
Store Admin Panel
With store panel, developers can provide store owners ability to create their own store profiles and upload multiple items with all details and specifications like categories/subcategories etc. The outlet owners can set pricing and images for their offered products and edit it anytime when they wish.
DeepSkyOne is an IoT solutions provider focused on industrial and smart home devices and monitoring. The company customizes IoT systems for enterprise clients utilizing a suite of industrial sensors and GPS tracking devices. The company consumer division offers smart home devices and gateways ranging from from smart lighting, smart plugs, and security monitoring. https://deepskyone.com/
DoorDrop and DeepSkyOne are wholly-owned assets of AI VentureTech, Inc.
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