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In line with its thrust to remain on the cutting edge of customer needs and trends, AllDay Supermarket unveiled a number of digital transformations throughout its store network. Among these is the launch of an improved version of its e-commerce platform, www.allday.com.ph, reintroducing its fast, convenient and reliable online grocery shopping experience via a Progressive Web Application (PWA) website interface.
“AllDay will always continue to innovate to outpace the local supermarket landscape,” says Camille Villar, president of AllValue. “Digital transformation is very high on our business priorities in 2021. In addition to our beautiful in-store customer experience, we want to ensure that the same experience translates to online grocery shopping.”
PWAs are hybrids of regular websites and mobile applications. Having an e-commerce platform using this interface allows both mobile and desktop to feature the same streamlined and intuitive experience. This improves experience via ease of use and loading speed, and is a key improvement towards serving a mobile-first market.
AllDay’s customers can now fully enjoy their online shopping experience without downloading a separate application, with the added option of bookmarking the website on any mobile operating system home screen. An added bonus is that it’s less taxing on your phone’s battery life and memory so you can shop without worrying about losing the items in your cart.
In addition, a downloadable app for AllDay Supermarket’s online grocery shopping experience is also now available for Android and Apple users. You can download the app on Google Play and Apple’s App Store.
AllDay’s e-grocery platform now serves its entire store network across the country, with a customer guarantee of same-day delivery and round-the-clock delivery services in select locations.
They also continue to cultivate partnerships with the country’s top aggregators and on-demand service providers such as Grab, Pandamart, Lazada and Shopee, among others, to expand their e-commerce footprint and cater to their customers’ needs.
33 locations across the Philippines
AllDay continues its push to elevate the Filipino grocery experience across the country with beautiful stores, well-lit aisles, extensive fresh selections, and a comprehensive international item offering.
From 2017 till now, AllDay Supermarket has successfully expanded to 33 stores, including locations in Molino, Kawit, Las Pinas, Libis, Taguig, Sta. Rosa, Pampanga, Global South, Naga, Iloilo, General Trias and Tanza, Evia, Starmall Alabang, Malolos, Dasmarinas, North Molino, Imus, Salawag, Dona Manuela and Cabanatuan, Sta. Maria, Santiago, Talisay, Cauayan, and Santo Tomas.
Editor’s Note: This article was provided by AllDay Supermarket.