Retailers and service providers have had to pay around 20-40% as commission to third-party delivery marketplaces. To reduce the cost of service delivery, Ally created a platform where businesses and end consumers interact with no intermediaries at no charge.
Businesses in a bid to get closer to their clients and offer snappier services have incurred higher costs. In the US, it is reported that third-party delivery marketplaces typically charge between 20 to 30% commission per delivery made. An expense capable of causing an apparent dent in revenue.
With the multifold factors that influence client and customer retention, alongside the high fees these marketplaces charge, businesses are gradually losing control over the growth of their business. And the grip loosens with each passing order.
For enterprises and entrepreneurs to gain control over business transaction processes, there has to be a free-for-all marketplace of some sort where service providers have direct contact with end consumers—this is where Ally comes in
Ally is a blockchain-integrated SaaS (Software as a Service) platform that fosters the direct communication of business owners and service providers with clients and end consumers. With Ally, businesses can control customer satisfaction levels and access customer data to improve their service provision with the added perk of zero commission or charges.
Their model is geared towards saving more time, money, and better client retention possibility. What’s more, this model has earned them big-name clients in Coldstone, Pretzelmaker, Yogurt Land, Kitchen United, and over 100,000 drivers.
One of the critical metrics for determining the success quotient for projects built on the blockchain framework is the roadmap’s achievement percentage. Since Ally first embarked on the journey of improving business service deliveries and earnings in the first quarter of 2019, they have achieved 100% of their goals. With the next port of call being the Point of Sales launch, Ally will take interoperability mainstream.