TLM partners with Deliverect - bringing all your delivery orders straight to your evoPOS

evoPOS is the first fuel & convenience EPOS to partner with Deliverect – allowing thousands more retailers to easily manage all their online & delivery orders.

We are the  first fuel & convenience EPOS globally to integrate and be approved by Deliverect, demonstrating our commitment to keeping our customers up-to-date with the latest retail trends.

Deliverect’s software solution brings together all online-order and delivery channels, such as Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat, directly to your EPOS.  The key benefits being…

  • All online orders in one place
  • Central menu management
  • No need for separate tablets to manage delivery orders (traditionally retailers needed a tablet per delivery channel – sometimes managing up to 10 tablets)
  • No need for manual re-entry of delivery orders at the POS
  • Get insights and reports on your product and delivery channel sales

Our fuel and convenience retail customers have expressed a clear appetite to use next generation integrated EPOS technology to further their business goals and meet the current consumer trend in on-demand delivery.

"We’re looking to use Deliverect to streamline our Uber Eats and other delivery channels. It will be much more efficient to have orders going directly to our POS, to do away with the tablet and no longer manually re-enter orders on the POS. TLM’s evoPOS easily allows this 2-way integration with Deliverect, which is one of the reasons we chose it."

Goran Raven, Director, Raven's Budgens Forecourt

Our evoPOS/Deliverect integration will be attractive to convenience and fuel retailers who wish to offer their customers Q-commerce (Quick – commerce) where convenience items such as snack foods, fast food, flowers, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) are delivered within minutes rather than days. A trend exacerbated by lockdowns, Q-commerce - hyper-local, hyper-fast, on-demand delivery is the new normal. Huge investment is pouring into Q-commerce , as the delivery market is set to continue its blistering growth. According to a report by BusinessWire, the delivery industry is now projected to be a potential market that will cross the $154.34B mark by 2023.

"As part of Deliverect’s mission to help retailers of all sizes expand and thrive, we are excited to partner with TLM technologies and help convenience stores and fuel retailers reach more customers. This integration allows stores and fuel stations to easily manage their online orders from a single screen, increasing operational efficiency and staff productivity - while also encouraging repeat custom by facilitating an excellent customer experience.”

Zhong Zhou, CEO & co-founder at Deliverect

Offering Q-commerce, or quick delivery, enables retailers to reach more customers and create new revenue streams.  Deliverect's platform and integration with evoPOS means that delivery and online orders can be managed simply and smoothly.

“We’re delighted to be the first fuel & convenience EPOS provider to partner with Deliverect. Being able to offer our customers hassle free delivery platform integration directly to their evoPOS is exciting and will keep our customers ahead of the Q-commerce retail trend."      

Emma Baillie, SMG Director, TLM technologies

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