OMVS: Big Activity in the On-Demand Courier Sector Shows Market Holds Great Promise

HENDERSON, Nev.--()--One major online retail giant has quietly begun a search for on-demand drivers to deliver its packages, a move validating On the Move Systems’ (OMVS) plans to start a shared economy courier service.

According to various reports, Amazon.com, the nation’s largest online retailer by far, has started the hiring process to deliver its own packages to customers. But rather than employ a standard brick-and-mortar/full-time employee business model, the company will use the freelance, on-demand concept currently sweeping the nation.

“What a vote of confidence for the shared economy,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “It’s one thing for a startup company to use the model, but when a world-famous retail giant embraces the idea, that’s when you know the shared economy has arrived. It’s no fluke. That’s why we’re developing our own shared economy courier service so that retailers without Amazon’s immense resources can also have quick, affordable access to rapid, on-demand delivery. The shared economy model we’re following is a winner. Just ask Amazon.”

Amazon.com is not the only firm boosting shared economy courier services. According to a prediction in the Business News Daily, on-demand courier services will spread rapidly to small businesses in 2016, giving speed and strength to OMVS’s plans.

OMVS recently received an important funding infusion that could help it advance into the on-demand courier market.

For more information on OMVS, please visit http://www.onthemovesys.com/.

About On the Move Systems, Inc.

On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) is focused on the development of cutting-edge technology across a broad spectrum of industries. The company is currently exploring new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and travel industry and exploring new opportunities in trucking. OMVS’s proposed new trucking firm could allow the company to compete alongside Con-way Freight (CNW), SAIA Inc. (SAIA) and Old Dominion Freight Lines (ODFL). For more information, please visit our website at http://www.onthemovesys.com/.

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Contacts

On the Move Systems, Inc.
Robert Wilson, 702-990-3271
President and CEO

Contacts

On the Move Systems, Inc.
Robert Wilson, 702-990-3271
President and CEO