Snappy Shopper grocery delivery app

PayPoint and Snappy Shopper have announced a home delivery and click & collect partnership, set to launch in July of this year.

The tie-up will see PayPoint One retail partners given direct access to the Dundee-based Snappy Shopper digital platform, without the need for additional kit or technology, after passing a suitability check.

Nick Wiles, chief Executive of PayPoint, said: “The pandemic has accelerated two key trends in retail: support for local retailers and demand for fast, convenient fulfilment.

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“Our partnership with Snappy Shopper caters to both of these, meaning we’re not only future-proofing our own business but we’re helping our PayPoint One customers to do the same. This collaboration is a firm statement of our commitment to the convenience retail sector.”

Mark Steven, from Snappy Group, said: “Integrating the Snappy Shopper platform with PayPoint’s EPoS makes it considerably more efficient for retailers to fulfil their home delivery orders with us and increases the potential revenue uplift.”

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