Our own research shows that 62 per cent of online shoppers have experienced a failed delivery due to nobody being at home and a further 38 per cent are put off purchasing because delivery times are too vague.
(PRWEB) March 10, 2010
Caring sons and daughters wishing to surprise their mums with the perfect bunch of flowers this Mother's Day can take advantage iflorist's new ETA service.
iflorist have teamed up with leading parcel service DPD to ensure that delivery of your flowers is under consumer's control like never before.
The customer will have access to tracking within their account with an estimated time of delivery within an hour window.
Speaking at the launch of the service in February, DPD chief executive officer Dwain McDonald said: "Our own research shows that 62 per cent of online shoppers have experienced a failed delivery due to nobody being at home and a further 38 per cent are put off purchasing because delivery times are too vague."
Now iflorist has become the first flower delivery service to take advantage and provide it's customers with this speedy service.
Combined with iflorist's range of Mother's Day flowers from a network of 1,800 local florists, the service will surely leave many mothers smiling and lots of children in mum's good books.
As well as bouquets, buyers can also add chocolate and wine to make that gift extra special.
This unique Mother's Day service follows on from iflorist's special Alice in Wonderland range of bouquets.
If the White Rabbit uses iflorist this Mother's Day, at least he won't have to worry about his flowers being late