New Automatic Shipment Invention Now Being Offered for Licensing to Ecommerce Businesses
The CareGiver Partnership, a national direct-to-consumer retailer of home healthcare products is expanding its patent-pending Never Run Out™ automatically scheduled delivery service. The invention, which provides an easier, more personalized way to select quantity and frequency of product delivery, is adding licensees and mobile access.

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After applying consumer research and insight to develop a unique process for scheduling automatically delivery of consumer products, The CareGiver Partnership is licensing use of its patent-pending Never Run Out™ process to other online retailers. In addition, the company is developing a mobile application for the iOS and Android platforms in response to its customers’ access preferences.

The CareGiver Partnership developed Never Run Out™, a method of matching consumer consumption with shipping unit amounts, to address consumers’ reluctance to take advantage of such services with other retailers, like Amazon and Wal-Mart.


“We learned the primary reason consumers weren’t taking advantage of this service was they didn’t know how often to schedule a delivery,” says Tom Wilson, founder of The CareGiver Partnership and co-inventor of the automatic delivery service. “Because personal usage varies and products are sold in different counts, some customers were reluctant to sign up.”

Wilson’s five-year-old company found a solution: Ask a customer questions, then address them programmatically using an algorithm that precisely matches usage with a specific stock-keeping unit. Consumers now can schedule quantities in a delivery unit and shipping frequency based on their individual usage patterns. Customers, who frequently access the service from their mobile devices, soon can download an application that will make it easy to manage the delivery process, pause recurring orders and modify payment methods while on the go.

The CareGiver Partnership solution, which has increased its customers’ participation in automatic deliveries by 88 percent since implementation, applies to any consumer product, commodity or service in any industry where automatic shipment benefits the end user. Examples include home delivery of diapers or pet food, or business applications such as cleaning supplies and light bulbs. “We are in discussion with other online retailers wishing to license and implement our invention.”

“This tool provides a valuable convenience to consumers, and we are in discussion with other online retailers wishing to license and implement our invention,” says Wilson.

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About The CareGiver Partnership.  The CareGiver Partnership is a national direct-to-consumer retailer of home healthcare products for incontinence, diabetes, nutrition support and more. In its fifth year of providing products and services that help caregivers and loved ones maintain personal dignity, the company also offers an online library of more than 1,000 family caregiver resources and personal service by experts in caregiving. Call 1-800-985-1353 or visit online at http://www.caregiverpartnership.com.

4 comments:

Auto Shipping Quotes said...

Great Content keep updating.

Car Transport said...

I didn't get exactly what is going to be happen, is it car shipping service transferring whole of its service to E-commerce or you are talking some thing different..?

The CareGiver Partnership said...

Thank you.

The CareGiver Partnership said...

Dear 'Car Transport',

In looking at the original headline from your perspective, I realized it was not clear 'auto ship'. We've now changed it to: New Automatic Shipment Invention Now Being Offered for Licensing to Ecommerce Businesses.

I hope this clears up any confusion.

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