Tuesday, November 1, 2016

SEND App Preview Session

SEND, the latest on-demand delivery platform recently launched an online application which aims to provide a community-based platform encouraging society to be connected through healthy social activities.

In the special preview session, Founder and CEO of SEND, TP Chin, shared, "SEND's latest online delivery platform will revolutionize people's lifestyle on a daily basis. We want people to see it as more than a usual logistic solution. SEND is transforming delivery from traditional to innovative trough our advanced GPS live tracking technology while also giving customers personalized attention."

I was happy to have a chance to try out the app in the tablet and they was a SENDer pick up my job. 

The application is really user-friendly and easy to use. Just by few clicks that helps you in your day-to-day activities such as picking up a birthday cake, delivering a home cooked meal, a surprise gift to loved ones, and even to pick up laundry, besides the regular delivery of parcels and documents.

There are a lot of people joining the preview session in order to know more about the apps. We are the first batch of people to try it out before the actual launch of the application.

SEND provides much versatility in terms of what can be delivered as the platform has almost all types of vehicles at its disposal, from bicycles to cars, van and lorries. Hence, SEND can also be engaged for large-scale deliveries such as moving furniture and delivering products in bulk.

TP encourages people to use SEND to engage in community service; for instance, delivering charity food and daily necessities from Kuala Lumpur to victims of the recent flood in Kedah. For now SEND is only at Malaysia, it will be expend to ASEAN next year. They are still recruiting SENDers which helps to create an extra source of side income to the public.

I am glad to visit SEND office, they gave an operation team to monitor and make sure all the goods are sending correctly. SEND is definitely an app to look out for as it will be making big waves in the delivery industry that will break barriers and empowering communities in the process. For more information, please refer to SEND website and Like SEND Facebook.

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