Snappy Shopper integrates Dee Bee’s Re-Scan technology

Home delivery app Snappy Shopper has partnered with Dee Bee Wholesale’s Re-Scan solution and will now integrate the EPOS technology into its offering from January.

This latest technology integration is part of what Snappy Shopper calls its  continued efforts to aid retailer growth, by allowing them to achieve quicker deliveries and control a bigger and more relevant range. Through Re-Scan’s real-time stock checking, pricing programming and immediate sales updates, retailers will now be able to further drive basket-spend and efficiencies in-store.

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According to research, the UK’s grocery delivery market is rapidly expanding – expected to reach 31.8m users by 2028 – with the increased demand for convenient and contactless shopping experiences[1]. Tapping into this demand, convenience leaders in the Q-commerce space, Snappy Shopper, will join forces with Re-Scan to help drive this growth and strengthen the usability of the Snappy Shopper app.

Mike Callachan, co-founder and chief executive officer of the SnappyGroup said, “Following on from similar technology partnerships and integrations, Re-Scan marks the next step on our journey to offer our customers seamless Q-commerce experiences. The reduction of retailer time on admin tasks will free up hours to focus their time and efforts on running their business, delivering a better customer experience, which will help drive repeat orders and store loyalty.”

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Nick Ramsden, director at Dee Bee Wholesale Group said, “I’m thrilled to announce our new partnership with Snappy Shopper. It’s great to be able to offer Re-Scan users an integrated link and access to such a large household name, at the cutting edge of technology in the home delivery market.”

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Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


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