HubBox partners with Jack Wills to offer nationwide Click & Collect
London, UK – 21st September 2017 – HubBox has announced a partnership with UK retailer Jack Wills to offer a local pick-up Click & Collect solution at their online checkout.
HubBox provides the UK’s most advanced and accessible Click & Collect solution. By managing a nationwide network of pick-up points and providing flexible checkout integration technology for all the major e-commerce platforms, HubBox empowers retailers to offer Click & Collect to their customers without changing courier.
Jack Wills are responding to the latest research, which shows that nearly three-quarters of customers would like the option to pick up their order from a local collection point (IMRG). In addition, 56% of online shoppers rated delivery choice as the most important factor when deciding to purchase (PostNord), while 74% of retailers see an increase in sales after offering more delivery options (SME).
Sam Jarvis, CEO of HubBox, said: “Jack Wills is one of the UK’s most iconic clothing brands and we’re delighted to provide them with a flexible, intelligent and nationwide Click & Collect checkout solution, complementing their existing in-store offering.”
In addition, the former CIO of Sainsbury’s and Boots, Rob Fraser, has joined HubBox as a Director and Chairman. He is invested alongside a number of highly regarded retail investors including Alan Halsall, former CEO of Silver Cross Prams, and Calum Fitzgerald and Steve Bennett, co-founders of award-winning IT services business, Daemon Solutions.
Rob was quoted as saying: “Customer choice and convenience are critical drivers for success in online retailing. I’m delighted to join HubBox, who are redefining what ‘great’ looks like for Click & Collect. Their vision and capability have changed the landscape for Click & Collect in the last 6 months.”
For more information and to see our Salesforce Commerce Cloud Integration for Jack Wills, visit our Click & Collect Lookbook.
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