Rappi is an on-demand delivery app it started up in Columbia and now serving delivery services across the world to clients in different countries. It is everything the store itself of Latin America. It aims to serve on-demand food delivery, medication, groceries, alcohol, electronics, apparel, and now have branched to bikes rental, rudimentary banking services, travel, and payment gateways like billing and delivery of cash.
Rappi was founded in 2015 by Simón Borrero, Felipe Villamarin Sebastián, and Mejía. Initially, they started the operation for delivery of food and grocery by accepting orders through the app anytime anywhere. Rappi actively operates right now in 55 cities across seven Latin American countries including, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay, and with more than 13 million users. Gross economic turn overvalues of the on-demand mobile app development is estimated at $3.5 billion and is backed by Japan’s SoftBank.