It can be time-consuming and highly costly to create an app so as to put into place an e-commerce. Time and cost are the major variables that act as hindrances in the adoption of e-commerce, for the mobile platforms, by SMEs.
Recently, a serial entrepreneur – Adrien Touati, and Daniel Marhely, who is the founder of Deezer rolled-out GET. This is a solution that will assist customers in creating their e-commerce apps. Customers will be able to create these apps both for iOS and Android for free in an hour or less.
GET will be getting its revenue in the form of a commission that is between five and twenty percent of the items that have been sold through the application. As per Adrien Touati, they wanted to open up the access to mobile e-commerce for service providers and merchants. This is according to the announcement that he made to Le Figaro.
Adrien and Marhely are also very aware that delivery pays a very critical role on the decisions of the online shoppers. In this regard, GET will be offering 24/7 delivery service to its customers. It will also ensure that the delivery are done in an hour or less to the customers who are living nearby and for all the products in the locations that are nearby. The customers will also be able to get delivery of anything from Christmas trees to medications, from breakfast to flowers.
With the help of services like ‘Get My Sapin’; you will easily be able to pick your Christmas tree within the week so that it can be delivered in the weekend. Currently, the company is counting over 10 brands. They encompass L’atelier de L’éclair, Red Start, Lavinia, and Fauchon just to name but a few.
The two co-founders already have made an investment of $290,000 in the company so far. They are also looking forward to raise more funds in the third and fourth quarter of next year.
Daniel Marhely is the founder of Deezer, an app for streaming music and non-music content. Deezer has received so many improvements and expansion in the recent past. The number of non-music content has been increased by over 20,000 episodes. Users can now stream their favorite episodes by accessing them in the playlist rather than carrying out a search. Furthermore, those who have subscribed for the services can download the items and watch them later.