SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Scandit, a provider of software driven barcode scanning solutions for smartphones and wearable devices has released their latest mobile solution ‘Proof of Delivery’ (POD) for logistics providers, express couriers and postal carriers.
Scandit designs mobile apps and backend cloud services to elevate data capture solutions for the enterprises. Its solutions based on flexible and robust architecture, integrates organizations’ existing IT systems to circulate business processes rapidly with low custom development costs. Scandid line of mobile solutions includes, Order Entry, Self Checkout, mShopping, Mpos and Asset Management.
Now, electronic POD combined with Scandit’s Enterprise Mobility and Data Capture Cloud enable contractors and corporate sectors to track driver pickups and deliveries in real time through smartphones and wearable devices, eradicating paperwork and errors. The customizable mobile application facilitates customers with mapping and navigation for improved driver efficiency with GPS and geotagged signature capture technology, ensuring recorded proof of delivery and consignment to reach correct destination. In addition it empowers organizations with barcode scanning capability equal to hardware scanning gadgets as it work for damaged labels and blury barcodes, supports 1D and 2D symbologies and scans 60 frames per seconds, simultaneously decreasing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
The mobilization of today’s workforce can result in significant efficiencies and lower costs across the entire supply chain, especially when combined with enterprise-grade barcode scanning and data capture,” says Samuel Mueller, CEO, Scandit.
POD app intuitive workflows are easy to use and it composes 256-bit encryption to protect data and analytics dashboard to analyze driver performance. The app supports Android and iOS, multiple languages and offline operation in areas without network connectivity, making it effective and flexible for business deployment.
Scandit’s Proof of Delivery Solution extends Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Transportation Management System (TMS) or Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) to user’s mobile workforce.
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