Zomato will soon start delivering instant 10-minute meals, company founder Dipinder Goel said on Monday. In a blog post, he said the online food delivery platform is not putting any pressure on its delivery partners to deliver fast food but will achieve the goal by relying on a network of dense finishing stations, located near the high. Customer surroundings demand.
Explaining in a blog post why the company is going for instant delivery, Goyal says, “Customers are demanding a quick answer to their needs. They don’t want to plan, and they don’t want to wait. One of them. ” After becoming a frequent customer of Blinkit, one of Zomato’s investments in fast trading, Goyal said he was beginning to realize that Zomato’s average 30-minute delivery time would be too slow and soon obsolete.
“If we don’t make it obsolete, someone else will,” he insisted.
Sharing how to achieve 10-minute delivery, he said, “Each of our finishing stations will have bestseller items (approximately 20-30 meals) from different restaurants based on demand forecasts and hyperlocal preferences. Fortunately, the 1.35 delivery experience spans billions across India Order makes our job a little easier. “
“We also do not penalize delivery partners for late delivery,” he said, explaining that Jomato does not place any pressure on delivery partners to deliver fast meals to fulfill our promise of fast delivery. “Delivery partners are not informed of the promised delivery time. Time optimization does not occur on the road and does not endanger any lives.” Sophisticated dish-level demand prediction algorithms, and future-ready in-station robotics are employed to ensure that food is sterile, fresh and hot when sorted by a delivery partner, he added. “We are going to pilot Jomato Instant with four stations in Gurugram from next month,” Gayal added.