The New Concierge Service Is Magic Which Lets You Place Orders By Texting
Text messaging is arguably the most convenient way of communicating messages. But what if it becomes the best concierge service? A dreamlike concept which has been molded into reality is called Magic.
Magic is the new startup which allows users to place orders, and schedule deliveries just by sending a text message. Magic doesn’t operate as a dedicated app. It works as a delivery guy whose number is nestled inside your contact list.
I assume all of you are interested in seeing the magic of Magic like me, but unfortunately the app is just available in the US only. Those lucky readers from the US can sign up by sending a text massage at 408-217-1721.
When a user wants something, he needs to just text a specified number with a desired eatable or a service relevant to traveling or clothing. The operator of the Magic will ask few questions for necessary details such as: when a product is required? Or what is the price range?
Among other best things Magic reveals, is its availability for 24 hours. Yes! The magic operators will be available 24 hours a day. So you don’t need to worry if you want to eat a pizza at 4 in the morning when all the stores in your street are closed. Magic will surely show its magic.
Magic operators use different methods to meet your needs. This means that they can make online purchases and then send them to you using online means as in case of sending you an air ticket via email. Alternatively, they can use manual delivery services to get things delivered for you.
So here we see Magic acting as a middleman between you and delivery services like Instacart, that are themselves considered as middlemen between the buyers and sellers. Therefore the Magic is basically a middleman for the middlemen.
Because it promises convenience for placing the orders and allows access to multiple domains of delivery services simply by texting, Magic charges premium which makes it a less dear option for miser people and few prudent beings who will prefer to bypass the middleman of middlemen in order to save some money. But, indeed, it is the blessing for the busy writer, for the lazy video gamer.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.