Homebase Partners with Walmart for In-Home DeliveriesMarch 10, 2021 / Nueterra Capital Marketing
Nueterra Capital portfolio company Homebase has partnered with Walmart to provide direct-to-unit deliveries for multi-unit residential communities. For a low monthly fee, the InHome program provides delivery personnel a one-time code for entry into both a building’s main entrance and the resident’s specific unit through Homebase Access, an innovative platform for managing access at multi-unit buildings. This allows Walmart employees to deliver prescription medications securely to a patient’s home (currently in Missouri only), deliver groceries directly into a customer’s refrigerator or freezer, and pick up items for return to Walmart. For added security, customers can watch a livestream of the delivery on their phones or tablets through the InHome app.
Homebase works with property owners and managers of apartments or student housing to create the ultimate smart living resident experience. Homebase founder Blake Miller was recently named the No Coast Tech Connector of the Year and the company was named a 2021 Best Tech Startup by the Tech Tribune.