Ride share giant Uber said it was jumping into the medication delivery business with the startup on-demand prescription platform NimbleRx.
The partnership has started in the Seattle and Dallas markets with plans to expand elsewhere in the U.S. in “the coming months,” Uber and Nimble Rx said Thursday. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
NimbleRx, which has about $500 million in annual revenue, said the partnership has the ability to grow given the startup works with more than 700 pharmacies in 34 states. The NimbleRx network tends to be pharmacy chains with 10 to 20 stores, but the relationship with Uber could be a draw to bigger chains and related drugstore network expansion.