MHouse and Henderson Technology enhance their services

EPOS providers team up with digital shopping specialists Snappy Shopper and Deliverect

Snappy Shopper and MHouse are working together for the benefit of retailers.
Snappy Shopper and MHouse are working together for the benefit of retailers.

TWO leading convenience channel EPOS providers have enhanced their services by teaming up with digital shopping specialists.

Scottish-based MHouse and home delivery app outfit Snappy Shopper are working together to help stores increase their visibility and reach more customers who prefer the convenience of online shopping.

Cutting-edge tech firm MHouse has integrated its MPos system with Snappy retailers.

Orders placed through Snappy Shopper can be sent directly to the MHouse set-up, allowing store staff to view and fulfil them quickly. 

The partners claim this streamlines the order management process, improves customer satisfaction and optimises basket spend.

Through the Snappy Shopper platform, retailers can implement discounts and promotions such as the bundles the app often run.

Snappy chief Mike Callachan said: “Our collaboration with MHouse allows us to take our delivery service to the next level.

“By integrating the MPOS system into our platform, we empower retailers to meet growing customer demands and thrive in a competitive market.”

MHouse chief Faisal Sattar added: “We are committed to delivering innovative solutions that drive growth for businesses. 

“Partnering with Snappy Shopper enables us to extend the benefits of our technology to a wider network of retailers, transforming the industry’s delivery capabilities.”

Scotmid and Snappy Shopper use a fleet of zero-emission electric vehicles.
Scotmid and Snappy Shopper use a fleet of zero-emission electric vehicles.

Meanwhile, Snappy Shopper and Scotmid are celebrating surpassing the milestone of more than 500,000 orders since partnering in 2019. 

With 24 Scotmid stores across Scotland teamed up with Snappy Shopper, the last 12 months have seen over 200,000 orders delivered. That’s 41,979 more than the previous year – an increase of 21% year on year. 

Scotmid also shares a green agenda with Snappy Shopper by offering a fleet of zero-emission electric vehicles at 18 of the 24 partnered stores.

Stuart Forsyth, food online development manager at Scotmid, said: “We’ve seen fantastic growth in our stores since offering Snappy Shopper as a rapid delivery service.

“Using our fleet of EVs allows us to improve our environmental impact while meeting high consumer demand for retailers.”

And Henderson Technology’s EDGEPoS is now partnering with Deliverect, a leading platform for managing online orders.

Deliverect provides a software solution that brings together all online-order and delivery channels, such as Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat, directly to an EPOS solution. 

Key benefits are said to include: all online orders in one place, central menu management, no need for separate tablets to manage delivery orders, no need for manual re-entry of delivery orders at the POS and insights and reports on product and delivery channel sales.

Henderson Technology is piloting Deliverect with five EDGEPoS UK forecourt and convenience retailers.

Darren Nickels, of Henderson Technology, said: “Being able to offer our retailers a hassle-free delivery platform integration directly to their EDGEPoS system is a very exciting proposition.” 

Joe Heather, from Deliverect, added: “With a shared ambition to deliver best-in-class technology to simplify retail operations, our integration has been built with our customers’ day-to-day needs top of mind.”