Previously known as Tayar, the Egyptian company for delivery management Roboost has raised six figures in initial capital to support its expansion.
Roboost, an automated delivery management system powered by AI that was founded in 2020, can self-learn to improve every component of the delivery operation while digitally simulating real-life operations and handling everyday circumstances.
By streamlining the process and providing real-time data, the technology aims to enable retail, e-commerce, cloud kitchens, and delivery service firms control over their delivery operations. In order to automate order management, group optimization, route optimization, automated dispatching, and delivery agent performance management, the system first interacts with the client’s selling channels. This allows it to track all of these variables in real time.
Along with further investment from Flat6Labs, the funding is provided by Falak Startups and AUC Angels.
“With Roboost, we’re helping businesses reach their full operational potential, and we’ve seen this as our clients reached the ultimate desired time of 20 minutes for customer satisfaction, and reduced their costs drastically by 30 percent. With data collected from over 2,200 delivery agents travelling more than nine million kilometres, we are always looking for new ways to improve our clients’ delivery operations and adding new features,” said co-founder and COO Hassan Kamel.
“The radical and transformational change in the delivery operations positioned us as the optimal solution for local and multinational brands that we are proud to serve with a 100 percent retention rate.”