Isotrak now offers ePOD app

Oct. 7, 2016
Global fleet management software and service provider Isotrak has launched its new electronic proof of delivery (ePOD) mobile application for Android devices. The ePOD solution is linked to Isotrak’s ATMSi portal to offer a one-stop shop to manage all elements of a delivery, including schedule adherence and real-time visibility, according to the company.

Global fleet management software and service provider Isotrak has launched its new electronic proof of delivery (ePOD) mobile application for Android devices. The ePOD solution is linked to Isotrak’s ATMSi portal to offer a one-stop shop to manage all elements of a delivery, including schedule adherence and real-time visibility, according to the company.

“Isotrak has a long history of providing retailers, manufacturers and parcel delivery companies with best-in-class fleet management solutions, and we are very pleased to add electronic proof-of-delivery to our solution suite.” said Brett Conner, president of Isotrak North America. “This new offering enables our customers to better serve their customers by improving delivery performance, visibility and data accuracy.”

Isotrak’s ePOD solution complements its flexible design with a comprehensive range of features that allow supply chain managers and fleet drivers to improve operational efficiency and customer service. Drivers can use the mobile device to obtain electronic signatures, take photos of damaged goods, scan barcodes and capture any other details that may be relevant to the delivery or collection.

Isotrak said its ePOD solution is an expansion of the company’s mobile app offerings, which include solutions for conducting vehicle checks, compliance solutions, managing driver manifests, and ensuring fleet and driver safety.

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