Over the last 90 days our team has seen innovative brands and retail entrepreneurs leverage our no-code platform in ways that we would have never imagined. Here are a few examples.
Two companies caught our attention for the ways they’re using Sandbox Commerce: Go360 (Northern California) and League of Rebels (Austin, Texas).
League of Rebels is a purveyor of fine tailoring, a boutique that offers a full line of tailored men’s clothing, with ready to wear, made-to-measure and bespoke tailoring. With such a hands-on experience, from measurements to fit, the coronavirus could have derailed the personalized touch the team at League of Rebels provides. Instead, League of Rebels pivoted to include curbside commerce as an option for receiving wares. It not only allowed team members to continue to engage with shoppers but it kept shoppers safe and physically distanced without having to give up their style.
On the west coast, Go360 offers contactless grocery delivery and first/last mile transportation for daily commuters (think Instacart). The company realized that not only did they need an interface that met the needs of shoppers, they had to be able to use the same platform to hire and deploy drivers. A solution from a larger provider would cost over $100K, require a much longer timeline to go-to-market, and struggle to break even on cost of development. Using Sandbox Commerce, it took only a few weeks to build and roll out the solution, and the investment was reasonable for the startup as they scale and grow.