Distances & Time for your website
The Fastest way to increase your revenue online and functionality of your website
Distances & Time
When will I get my order?
This is the most popular question that very few professional firms are able to answer. Today you can do this automatically using our new transit time system on the Google map. The visually appealing user interface is very easy to use.
Delivery time is the length of time between the preparation of a product for shipping and the delivery of the product to the end consumer. It is also sometimes referred to as the delivery period. Companies keep track of their delivery times for the purpose of being able to provide accurate estimates when orders are placed so that consumers know when to expect a delivery.
When customers place an order, they are usually provided with information about the estimated delivery time. They may be told that a product “takes two to four weeks for delivery,” for example, or that a product “can be delivered by Friday if you order in the next 12 hours.” This is designed to create a frame of reference for the customer.
Customers usually prefer rapid delivery times and if they have a choice between several companies with similar pricing, they are more likely to go with the company that offers the quickest delivery time. In addition, consumers like to know when to expect products. It may be necessary to make preparations or to be present to sign for a delivery. In the case of things like product components, timing deliveries is crucial to avoid work stoppages caused by not having enough materials.
How to install the application
1. Copy and paste this HTML to embed it in your website
<iframe height="100%" frameborder="0" width="100%" allowfullscreen="true" mozallowfullscreen="true" webkitallowfullscreen="true" scrolling="No" src="https://sirius.searates.com/port?"> </iframe>
2. After the payment via 2checkout you are automatically redirected to your profile settings in virtual office. Chose the window “Tools” and insert into Domain name the domain of the website where the app should be installed.
3. DONE! Now you can use it in full!