Uber’s logistics arm, UberRUSH, leverages Uber’s fleet of independent drivers to power delivery for other businesses. Since its private beta in January, it’s done so with large companies such as Nordstrom, 1800flowers, T-Mobile, and most recently, Walmart. It also offers the option to power local on-demand delivery for businesses who used Shopify, a service that helps manage online and offline storefronts. Today, Uber is opening its API to everyone, which means that any developer can add Uber’s delivery service to its app.
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