An electronic application to deliver groceries for free in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

An electronic application to deliver groceries for free in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

Abu Dhabi, the world's largest provider of mobile phones, has launched its new Bawiq platform in Abu Dhabi, Grocery adopted by the emirate.

The application is available on the Google Store and Apple Store free of charge, and the user can choose from a wide range of products that exceed 4000 daily to connect without a minimum order, and without special charges for delivery.

"Consumers can choose between a range of daily products that exceed 4000 categories to deliver without a minimum order and no special charges for delivery," said Rajiv Lee, CEO of the company. "943 grocery stores in Abu Dhabi and Dubai are now linked to the application, That about three thousand grocery and a supermarket small and medium, will be linked to the application within a year at most according to the company's plan, according to the newspaper.

He pointed out that it is possible to pay the grocery account in cash, or cards, or create a family portfolio, which contributes to control of household consumption of some unhealthy foods, noting that the application allows evaluation of the grocery to verify the support of competition and consumer protection.

He pointed out that 100% of the grocery stores in the main areas in Abu Dhabi are related to the application, compared to 80% in Dubai. The application will include other grocery stores in Sharjah and some northern regions within a month. The company also has an expansion plan covering all emirates in the coming months.

He stressed that there are 9,000 small grocery stores in the UAE, according to official statistics. He pointed to the company's discussions to expand in the Gulf region, especially Saudi Arabia, and open offices in Asian countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries.

He said customer journey through the application should be easy and smooth, and through the user-friendly interface can complete the process of ordering the product with just a few clicks. The user experience also includes smart features, such as the use of GPS, scheduling of product deliveries, the ability to select a favorite grocery list, and multiple product value payment options such as credit cards, pay-per-receipt, and bWallet. .

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