SWIFT Delivery is an online food delivery service that connects users to restaurants.
Identifying the need for a simple and swift solution to order takeaway food online, in southern Nigeria (Edo State), Isoko Walter launched the website in December 2016. Thus, claiming to be the only food delivery service found in the southern part of Nigeria presently.
Customers can order breakfast, lunch or dinner from their favourite restaurants on the platform.
How SWIFT Delivery works
Users can log into the website or mobile app, and choose their city/area. Then from a pop-up list of random restaurants in the area, customers can choose their preferred, browse through the menu and place orders.
Just like several eCommerce platforms, SWIFT Delivery also operates the Pay on Delivery (PoD) Model.
To further facilitate efficiency, users will receive an SMS or a CALL confirming their order and informing them of the delivery time.
For now, SWIFT Delivery does not offer a 24-hour service. The service is open from 7 am to 8 pm. However, each restaurant has its opening times.
It is a good thing that other parts of Nigeria (asides the west and South-south) are embracing the trend of eCommerce, especially in food delivery. It is even more interesting that despite recognising other counterparts, such as Jumia foods, Foodstantly as competition, the team seem undeterred and ready to take up Southern Nigeria. However, beyond words, there is no telling what lies ahead for SWIFT Delivery. The question then is, how swift can they be to conquer in the trending market?
If you reside in Southern Nigeria and wish to know more about SWIFT Delivery, you can start by visiting the website.
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