With many in the logistics industry asking for protocols to be developed for delivery operators to reduce the risk of catching Coronavirus, Ipswich based Fargo Systems’ TOPS ePOD provides a helpful solution to an unprecedented problem.
Steve Collins, director of Fargo Systems, one of the UK’s leading telematics provider, explains:
“Our TOPS ePOD system provides a fully automated delivery process, protecting operators, drivers and delivery point personnel by minimising the risk of unknowingly spreading the virus.
“The coming weeks and months are the time we need to pull together for the benefit of all. So, Fargo Systems is offering a free no-obligation trial of TOPS ePOD to existing and new customers keen to find solutions that cut human contact and lessens contamination risks for their delivery teams.
“The zero-admin internet browser based-system negates the need for any face to face interaction between transport operator, driver or waypoint. It transmits the full transport order instructions automatically to any driver owned smart device and receives back full actual times, status information and electronic proof of delivery (ePOD).”
TOPS ePOD works on an iPhone, Android smartphone and other mobile devices; and enables operators to work seamlessly with contractors or their own fleets. It includes the ability to capture documents via the device camera and to download shipping instructions and other documentation as required.
TOPS ePOD has processed over 11,000 jobs in the last 12 months, which transforms how operators – large and small – do business. Currently, 25 companies including, Kuehne & Nagel, G&W and Containerships, are benefitting from the technology.
Intuitive to use and easy integration with other platforms has made TOPS ePOD the proof of delivery software product of choice for over 25 customers. In the current climate TOPS ePOD isn’t a ‘nice to have’, it’s a business imperative.”
Ordinarily a pay-as-you-go option, the Fargo support team is on hand to explain more about TOPS ePOD’s benefits and how to access the free no-obligation trial. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 0845 834 0345.