Jump Technologies launched its proof of delivery or POD application named JumpTrack for the food industry. This application helps companies by providing automated POD as it consumes minimum time and resources.
John Freund, president and CEO of Jump Technologies said, “JumpTrack was created to help companies increase efficiencies and decrease costs -- and that’s just what our research shows these companies need. We believe JumpTrack provides a return on investment that will exceed their expectations.”
According to officials this will reduce ROI as paper trails are eliminated. This service leverages a real-time cloud environment facilitating easy implementation besides being able to provide customers with immediate access.
JumpTrack’s research shows that about 62 percent of food distribution companies keep track of deliveries via slow and expensive paper trail methods instead of using the convenient and automated POD solution. The same research also revealed that drivers already use wireless equipment, which can support the new JumpTrack application, further reducing investment on equipment.
Delivered as an app for smartphones, tablets and computers, this service does not require expensive handsets and it also eliminates IT costs.
JumpTrack is simple to use and implement, providing benefits for both the driver and distribution process, as it streamlines invoicing, resulting in faster payment schedules. As existing smartphones can be used for the service, no additional investments are required, and it can also capture real-time signatures and take photos at delivery.
Tony Freihoff, vice president of Office Works and JumpTrack customer said, “We use JumpTrack to manage POD for copy and toner deliveries that used to be manual... it’s a perfect fit because it’s all electronic and it was cheap. I’m ecstatic with the product. It ranks as one of the best decisions I’ve made in a long time!”
Jump Technologies recently announced enhancements to its cloud-based POD solution, adding support for distribution centers and dispatchers, allowing large and small fleets to track routes and drivers more efficiently.