Peapod picks Cube Route

Toronto-based Cube Route has announced that Peapod, America's leading online grocer, has adopted the Cube Route Visibility Service across 13 of its 15 U.S. warehouses

Toronto-based Cube Route has announced that Peapod, America's leading online grocer, has adopted the Cube Route Visibility Service across 13 of its 15 U.S. warehouses. Peapod is expected to be fully operational with the service across its entire organization by the end of the third quarter.

The Cube Route service provides dispatch management and visibility into its delivery operations, enabling Peapod to track the status of each delivery in real time and respond to customer queries quickly and efficiently, noted Cube Route.

"Cube Route is now a fundamental infrastructure piece for us,” said Thomas Parkinson, CTO and co-founder of Peapod. “The company has seamlessly supported our growth since the initial deployment. Having an engineered plan against which to measure driver performance and access to analytical data means we can continually identify ways to boost our operational performance."

According to Cube Route, its Visibility Service provides an easy and affordable way to track and monitor delivery and field service fleets in real time. “This managed logistics service combines sophisticated tracking and planning functionality with the simplicity of web-based service to provide dispatchers, managers and support agents with a real-time view of driver movement and order status across an entire fleet of vehicles,” stated the company.

For more information on Cube Route, go to www.cuberoute.com or call 877-227-6883.

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