SEATTLE (PRWEB) April 18, 2017 -- FLEXE, a rapidly-growing online marketplace that connects businesses in need of on-demand warehouse and fulfillment services with organizations that provide them, today announced a Premier Partner program to recognize top-performing warehouse partners.
“We take pride in partnering with warehouse operators that are committed to the highest levels of customer satisfaction,” said FLEXE co-founder and CEO Karl Siebrecht. “For partners who continually raise the bar beyond our core standards, the Premier Partner program is an honorary, annual distinction that recognizes their excellence.”
Using aggregated quality scoring metrics collected through the FLEXE software platform, FLEXE continuously measures and identifies which warehouse suppliers have achieved the Premier Partner status. The scored metrics are based on providing top-quality service and include important key indicators such as how well and how fast a partner communicates and the variety of services a partner offers to FLEXE customers.
FLEXE customers can quickly and easily identify warehouse partners that have been given the Premier Partner distinction—helping them make faster, data-driven decisions when selecting warehouses for projects. This level of transparency is a newly added benefit to warehouse customers. In addition, the standardized Premier Partner quality metrics are a useful tool for industry comparisons.
The FLEXE marketplace currently includes more than 500 warehouse partners in 45 markets across North America.
Based in Seattle, Wash., FLEXE is the leading online marketplace for on-demand warehousing solutions. The FLEXE platform connects shippers in need of warehouse and fulfillment services with a network of warehouse providers that have excess capacity. There are no long-term contracts, no fixed-fees, and no complicated technology integrations. Shippers gain immediate access to a fast, easy, and affordable way to improve customer satisfaction and test new markets; conversely, warehouse operators are able to generate additional revenue on unused capacity. More information on the company and its services can be viewed online at http://www.flexe.com.
Dan Branley, FLEXE, Inc., http://www.FLEXE.com, +1 206.914.1231, [email protected]
SOURCE FLEXE, Inc.