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17 Dec Working Remotely Can Be Hard, But it Doesn’t Have to Be

With the holiday season upon us, people are traveling home to their families and a lot of us at Onfleet are taking work home with us. The Onfleet team will be visiting their friends and families in Moscow, Hamburg, Dubai, Toronto, New Jersey, and other cities around the world over the next few weeks.

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16 Dec 7 UX Commandments

User experience is the most valuable piece of product design here at Onfleet. But working in an agile mode, releasing weekly features and improvements while keeping things under control becomes tough. That’s why we needed to establish a set of rules that everyone on the team can understand and apply in our day-to-day work building the best delivery management software.

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01 Dec When Bonativo met Onfleet

Scrolling through Bonativo’s range of regional produce and specialty foods is akin to spending an afternoon at a farmer’s market. Accompanying each item, from buckwheat bread to rosemary goat cheese, is both a detailed list of ingredients and an actual backstory behind the product and the local people that make it.

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03 Nov On-Demand vs. Scheduled vs. Subscription Delivery—What’s the Difference?

Whether you’re looking to start a delivery business, in the midst of one, or looking to pivot; it’s a good thing to know the difference between on-demand, scheduled, and subscription deliveries. Each method of delivery has its own pros and cons, especially as they apply to specific industries. Providing software to a wide range of delivery companies gives us particularly useful insight into what works and doesn’t work.

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27 Oct Pumpkin Spice and Other Things Nice

As Halloween nears and the leaves start to change colors, many delivery companies are switching up their offerings to reflect the season. Here are some delivery companies and the fun treats they have in store.

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16 Oct How to Help Your Team Define Design Goals

Every startup, including our own, experiences growing pains with communication. While part of your job as a designer is to keep Product, Success and Sales teams on the same page, chances are your Slack #design channel is just you posting screenshots of things already in development.

But how do things get to development?

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14 Oct Going Green in an On-Demand World

The rise of the On-Demand Economy—or more harshly dubbed Shut-in Economy—has effectively eliminated many of yesteryear’s barriers to gratuitous consumption. The running list of food, wares, and services you can magically summon right to your door from the comfort of a smartphone app or Amazon dash button would make even Hermione jealous.

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07 Oct Going the Distance — The Invisible Labor Force Driving the On-Demand Economy

San Francisco. In this hub of flourishing innovation, many of us have come to expect instant solutions for any chore with the touch of a finger. The companies we have entrusted to clean our houses, bring us dinner, do our laundry, and whisk us around town enlist armies of independent contractors in order to do these chores for us.

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30 Sep Delivery Company or Not [Quiz]

You might know the names of leaders within the local delivery space and potential competition, but what about those in other industries? Take this quiz to find out.

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23 Sep 7 Ways You Can Get New Delivery Customers Today

For many local businesses, acquiring customers is one of the last things they want to think about. People, after all, don’t generally start businesses to generate demand—they do so because they share an innate love or understanding for their product. However, marketing your local business doesn’t have to be a hassle.

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