It is human nature to always want to make the workload a bit less tiresome and things to move a lot faster. That is why we are hell-bent on innovation in technology to make our work lighter, things to happen quicker and generally have things happen our way more conveniently.
It is out of that mentality that we have things like Uber, where people don’t want to go out to look for a taxi, but would rather have the taxi at their doorstep, sounding them the horn to come and board.
Well, Kenyan alcohol beverage consumers have not gotten a platform where they can order their favorite drink, from the convenience of a tap on their smartphones and have them delivered to their doorstep. That is in the form of a mobile app created by Sip, a Kenyan startup developing digital solutions for businesses.
Peter Kanyoni, the CEO of Sip, says the pricing models of online stores in Kenya have made buying drinks online an unattractive experience for consumers. Thus, they came up with a mobile app system, running on a better pricing model that …read more