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The DeliveryMark Delivery App Meets the Needs of Small and Mid-Sized Courier and Delivery Companies (DeliveryMark.com)

Chicago, IL, March 10, 2020 –(PR.com)– The need for an inexpensive, powerful, delivery app is growing everyday. As more and more delivery / courier / messenger startups are arising, they need to look professional. Using an app to collect signatures, take photos, and provide proof-of-delivery documents to their clients helps meet that need. The DeliveryMark Delivery App helps fill this need for these companies. (Note: Existing delivery companies using other software or first venturing to use an app, are also moving over to DeliveryMark.)

The DeliveryMark Delivery App is easy to use and costs less than $7 / mo / driver for unlimited use.

“We have almost 600 companies using DeliveryMark and it is growing every day,” stated David Marks of DeliveryMark.

David continued, “In addition to our pricing, the powerful functionality and ease of use is a strong selling point. Most companies are up and running in less than a day. We usually recommend playing with the app for a few hours to get used to it. Most people run through one delivery and feel comfortable using it for all their deliveries. Of course, we are available to answer any questions that arise.”

DeliveryMark currently does business in the United States. They plan on launching in other countries in late 2020.

DeliveryMark offers alternative options for large companies wishing to own their own software.

The DeliveryMark Delivery App can be found at DeliveryMark.com.

For additional information about DeliveryMark, please visit: DeliveryMark.com.

DeliveryMark Customer Relations can be reached at:
Phone: 773.236.7653
Email: [email protected]

Contact Information:
DeliveryMark Delivery App
David Marks
773-236-7653
Contact via Email
DeliveryMark.com

Read the full story here: https://www.pr.com/press-release/807562

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