Meeting next-generation traceability and productivity
Staying competitive means managing rising fuel costs, offering the latest track and trace facilities and improving productivity.
Increase customer service: real-time track and trace, total goods and driver visibility, informed response to customer queries, agile response to delivery exceptions
Reduce delivery disputes: accurate identification and delivery records, complete management information, On Time in Full (OTIF) recognition
Increase cash flow: accurate invoice generation immediately after delivery
Reduce costs: automated workflows, better route planning and fuel efficiency, increased productivity, reduce stock loss in transit
Increase safety and compliance: mandatory vehicle checks
Today’s customers aren’t willing to accept a five or eight hour window for a collection or delivery. Not only do they expect an exact arrival time, they want to be kept updated if that time changes. Mobile delivery applications are now fundamental if companies are to stay competitive. Electronic Proof of Delivery provides customers and organisations with real-time information on product deliveries, signatures, date/time/location data and even photo evidence of delivery damage.