Kwik releases API for integration on merchants platforms
The API is available to e-commerce companies and other merchants to integrate Kwik's on-demand service.
Kwik Delivery, an on-demand delivery platform, which connects riders and customers in urban areas, offering last-mile logistics solution, announced today the release of its Application Programming Interface (API) to customers. The API is available to e-commerce companies and other merchants to integrate for access to Kwik's on-demand service.
"The most frequent question we got since our launch last June is 'When are you guys going to release your API, so that we can integrate seamlessly your service?'" said Romain Poirot-Lellig, Founder & CEO of Africa Delivery Technologies (ADT), a French start-up and the parent company of Kwik Delivery.
Launched in June, Kwik focuses on business to business to consumer (B2B2C) and business to business (B2B) consumers. The firm offers an efficient transportation service for small packages (up to 25kg) or documents. In July, ADT announced the appointment of Olatowun Candide-Johnson as chairwoman of its board.
“Thanks to this API, merchants and companies from all industrial sectors in need of rapid on-demand deliveries will be able to fully automate implementation of our last-mile, urban delivery solution and integrate it with e-procurement or e-commerce platforms” said Olivier Decrock, co-founder and CTO of ADT. “Any merchant with an e-commerce platform or just a POS can now integrate our on-demand service and benefit from the flexibility and reliability that are at the core of our values and benefit from our rich set of features.”
According to the company, its API can be found at plug.Kwik.Delivery.
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