Calor Barnsley, a local independent Calor gas stockist has launched its first mobile pre-ordering app for customers in the borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire. The store specialises in the supply and delivery of bottled gas to homes and businesses and will now offer the boosted convenience to customers with a pre-ordering app and online ordering service.
The app is available on the App Store and Google Play and customers will benefit from a discount on launch. Customers will be able to browse the full product range of bottled gas and other products and book a delivery or collection slot that is convenient for them.
Bernard McNicholas, Owner of Calor Barnsley, says, “Our customers are busy people and we are delighted to be launching the pre-ordering service to deliver extra convenience elements to our improve customer service in a competitive marketplace. We’re also looking forward to being able to interact with our customers through the app, letting them know the latest offers and allowing them to browse our full selection of products.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, commented, “Our mobile and online ordering technology has a vast array of applications and can be used in almost any setting, it is great to see it implemented in the retail sector as well as hospitality. We look forward to working with Calor Barnsley this well-loved local independent brand improve customer experience.”
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