Revenue Monster partners with GrabExpress to empower local SMEs with delivery solutions

Revenue Monster – a Malaysian financial technology company focused on pioneering business digitisation has collaborated with home-grown on-demand delivery service, GrabExpress to empower thousands of local SMEs with enhanced last-mile delivery solutions.

The partnership will see Revenue Monster incorporate GrabExpress into their all-in-one online store solution, à la carte as a new delivery solution. This will now enable merchants using the Revenue Monster’s à la carte service for selling their food items or other goods digitally to utilise GrabExpress for fast, safe and reliable delivery to customers.

Commenting on the partnership, Amanda Chin, Chief Executive Officer of Revenue Monster said, “RMCO has forced businesses to rethink the entire offline to online experience, especially in retail and F&B. It is now more important than ever to empower business to successfully make this transition to digital and this is where à la carte comes into the picture.”

À la carte revolutionises the digitalisation process for businesses, providing the necessary tools to not only survive this turbulent time but to thrive through it. Now with GrabExpress on board, our merchants can reach even more customers and continue to grow their revenue streams,” added Amanda.

Through its ability todevelop on the fly digital stores and menu interfaces, à la carte empowers brick and mortar stores to digitalise and go online to tap into a wide array of operations options from dine-in, drive through, pick-up and delivery. In line with COVID-19 requirements, à la carte also facilitates check-in processes. It also streamlines payments acceptance by incorporating 15 payment methods – including all major e-wallets as well as debit and credit cards, into its platform.

Through à la carte and the unique URL generation it offers, businesses can utilise the feature to independently tap into a wider online consumer base via social media marketing on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and more.

Businesses looking to leverage on this immense potential can enjoy à la carte now for free with zero subscription fees or handling fees.

“With à la carte, we’ve created a product that is a must-have for businesses going digital. Now we’ve built a robust ecosystem around it so both merchants and users can gain access to more seamless last mile delivery options. We are also working towards further expanding this ecosystem to continue driving additional revenue streams for our merchants,” added Amanda.

While à la carte already offers Mr. Speedy as a delivery service option, now businesses and customers in Klang Valley, Penang, Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu can also utilise GrabExpress as a delivery option. This list of cities is set to expand as the GrabExpress service gradually rolls out across the nation.

Speaking on the partnership, Zafira Azahar, Head of GrabExpress, Grab Malaysia said, “We strongly believe in the power of partnerships so we can continue to connect millions of consumers to millions of drivers, merchants and businesses safely and conveniently. Through this partnership with Revenue Monster we are proud to continue to support local businesses to thrive through this difficult period and grow through digital platforms like ours with enhanced delivery solutions.”

Revenue Monster’s services include its all-in-one management tool, unified payment solutions – which consolidates acceptance of payments such as e-Wallets and VISA/Master credit cards using a single payment acceptance tool, e-invoices, loyalty and voucher platforms, social media management tools and business security solutions.

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