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    Greens Retail signs up with Snappy Shopper

    Snappy Shopper, the fastest-growing home delivery app serving convenience stores, has announced it’s partnering with popular Scottish retailer, Greens Retail, to power its new Home Delivery and Click and Collect offering.

    After Greens Retail earlier this year announced its ambitious five-year growth plans with Nisa, the addition of Snappy Shopper’s technology support is a bold statement of intent from the retailer. In addition, Greens adding former Snappy colleague Chris McGregor to bring a wealth of home delivery experience to the business in his role as Head of Online and Digital. Chris will work on offering customers a seamless, efficient home delivery and in-app shopping experience, with wider expansions of the service expected in due course.

    The strategic alliance between Snappy Shopper and Greens Retail underlines Snappy Shopper’s relevance to leading retailers in today’s competitive market.

    “We are thrilled to partner with Greens Retail to bring Snappy Shopper’s advanced technology and delivery solutions to their stores,” said Mike Callachan, Founder & Chief Executive Officer at Snappy Shopper, highlighting the significance of the partnership. “This collaboration aligns perfectly with our mission to support retailers and use our technology to enhance the shopping experience for all customers. Greens Retail’s commitment to excellence mirrors our own, and together, we are excited to create something that we believe will be significant for the industry.”

    Harris Aslam, Managing Director of Greens Retail, said: “We are delighted to join forces with Snappy Shopper to revolutionise our customer experience for our convenience and food to go offerings such as Subway, Costa Coffee, Skwishee, and Fisher & Donaldson to the Snappy App. The seamless integration of Snappy Shopper’s technology with our stores will empower us to offer quick and convenient home delivery and click & collect services, aligning perfectly with our commitment to delivering exceptional service to our customers.”

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