Category: E-commerce

Streamlining Holiday Deliveries: Proven Practices for Businesses

The holiday season is upon us, which means  gearing up for the busiest time of the year. In the rush to meet customer demands and ensure timely deliveries, an efficient logistics strategy becomes the cornerstone of success. We inherently understand the importance of swift deliveries and have compiled a list of essential tips to help […]

Sherpa’s 5 million deliveries and counting…

We’re celebrating our 5 millionth delivery! In light of this huge milestone, we’re taking a look at our key achievements to date, and reflecting on the continual hard work that keeps the Sherpa wheels in motion.

Sherpa Delivery Shopify App

From your online store direct to your customer’s door, Sherpa’s FREE Shopify app makes same day delivery to your Australian customers easy. Our Shopify app is packed full of features to ensure a seamless delivery experience for you and your customers.

Looking back and moving forward. The effects of the Coronavirus on online retail.

It’s all good, until it’s not. Foot to the floor. Like many businesses, that’s how we hit 2020 at Sherpa. Steaming through our sixth year in business with a full tank of petrol and the windows down. But just a little further down the road, we’d take a detour that would make history.  COVID-19. It […]

Change: An obstacle, or an opportunity?

‘Denying change is denying reality. Fearing change is fearing reality and the inevitable impact it will have on a company or an individual’. Famous words said in November 2019 by the Ex-Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a technology innovations and investment seminar. Was it prophetic? Or is the appetite for change already genetically encoded […]

The convergence of Bricks and Mortar, e-comm & the 2-Hour home delivery was Blue Sky retail – it just happened!

So why, even amidst a global pandemic wreaking havoc on well-established retail businesses, haven’t retailers pulled out all stops to revisit the questions ‘What business are we really in?’, and ‘How can we adapt to the new paradigm of empty malls, closed stores and very vacant sidewalks?’.

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