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    Glovo and Morocco’s LaCaisse.ma Join Forces for Seamless Point-of-Sale Integration

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    Glovo and the Moroccan startup LaCaisse.ma have entered into a partnership aimed at integrating their respective technological systems to streamline the processing of online orders for points of sale in Morocco.

    Uniting their forces, the two platforms are committed to simplifying the experience of local restaurateurs and merchants by providing them with state-of-the-art technological tools for simplified and efficient management. The integration of Glovo’s interface with LaCaisse.ma’s digital solutions will enable orders received via the Glovo application to be directly integrated into LaCaisse.ma ’s systems, thereby strengthening their competitiveness and contributing to their digitalization, according to a statement from Glovo. This partnership is particularly beneficial for Moroccan SMEs, which will be able to benefit from the complementarity of the two platforms.

    “We are delighted to announce this partnership with LaCaisse.ma, marking a significant step towards the digitalization of points of sale in Morocco. We are committed to providing our partner merchants and restaurateurs with simplified online order management, while offering them an essential lever for their growth and development,” said Hamza Naciri Bennani, General Manager of Glovo App Morocco.

    “For several years, LaCaisse.ma has been in constant pursuit of strategic partnerships with ambitious and innovation-focused companies, with the ultimate goal of offering a unique solution in Morocco. Our meeting with Glovo has led to an alliance that represents a true turning point in the digitalization of points of sale in Morocco. Together, we provide local merchants with innovative, state-of-the-art technology tools to simplify their daily delivery management and drive their growth in a rapidly expanding digital economy,” said Saïd Belkhayat, Co-founder of LaCaisse.ma.

    Glovo continues to expand its network of partner restaurants and merchants in Morocco, with over 6,500 current partners. LaCaisse.ma, on the other hand, supports more than 1,500 points of sale throughout the Kingdom with an all-in-one application to manage, analyze, and digitize their businesses, concludes the statement.

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