Turning a Supermarket into an Ubamarket

Long queues, scraps of paper and a large number of people left wanting a different outcome – in many ways, yesterday’s General Election was actually quite similar to many people’s experience of supermarket shopping . In 2016, we surveyed more than 2,000 consumers in the UK, finding that a massive 66% of them are frustrated by the supermarket shopping experience – long queues (35%) and struggling to get the items they want (15%) were among shoppers’ most commonly-cited grievances.

However, as the dust settles on a shock election result, the team here at Ubamarket HQ are in celebration-mode – we’re toasting to the fact that we’ve created a brilliant new supermarket app that promises to do away with tediously slow queues, scrawled shopping lists on bits of loose paper, forgotten loyalty cards and unhappy customers!

By implementing Ubamarket in their supermarket or convenience store, retailers can drastically enhance the customer experience. To explain how it works for the uninitiated: our app takes your shopping list (written in the app); re-orders the list into the order that your items are located in the store; gives you details about where each item can be found; enables you to scan each item and place it in your bag; and then check-out via the app, without the need for any more queues! If all of that wasn’t enough, shoppers can also keep track of their spend as they go, get alerts for promotional deals on the items they want, and collect automatic loyalty points every time they shop with the app.

The result is that our app will turn any supermarket into an Ubamarket.

So, as Westminster scrambles to form a new government, Ubamarket enters the future full of hope and lofty ambitions. Our manifesto promise is simple: change the way we shop forever; and we have some exciting developments lined up over the coming months and beyond as we stride towards achieving this goal!

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