Farmstead, a San Francisco-based company that aims to leverage the power of artificial intelligence to improve grocery deliveries, has launched a brand new delivery platform that is designed to help grocers promise same-day deliveries to their customers.
The 'Grocery OS' software makes it possible for grocers to go about accessing warehouse space offered by one of Farmstead's many real estate partners located around the U.S. It also enables the sourcing and procurement of inventory, whilst bringing in advanced inventory management capabilities as well as automated customer service and data-driven procurement processes.
While fast and same-day grocery deliveries are becoming more common, these services are often only available for an exorbitant price, creating a barrier to entry for some grocers and their customers. By using its existing artificial intelligence expertise, Farmstead is positioning its 'Grocery OS' delivery platform as a solution for the financial and logistical woes associated with same-day grocery delivery.
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