Cheetah integrates software with Samsung devices

Cheetah Software Services has integrated its logistics intelligence solution with Samsung’s mobile devices. Cheetah is a cloud-based transportation logistics solutions provider.

The software offers dynamic, optimized vehicle routing that continuously adjusts to changing conditions, automated dispatch and customer service, and access to real-time supply chain information across an organization, Cheetah said.

As a Silver Partner in the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program or SEAP, Cheetah will be receiving enhanced technical and product support on Samsung products, along with being able to provide deeper integration with Samsung devices by utilizing Samsung’s proprietary API’s on the Android platform. In addition, Cheetah said it will also be able to work with Samsung’s industry-leading local and global sales and marketing organization.

“Becoming a Samsung Silver Partner is an exciting step for Cheetah, giving us more access to better resources for building powerful and innovative mobile solutions,” said Jeff Groenke, Cheetah’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We’ve enjoyed excellent results in working with Samsung smartphones and tablets, and can look forward to accomplishing even deeper integration, resulting in better and more efficient applications for our customers.”

Cheetah Mobile running on Samsung devices connects field workers with dispatch, customer service, management, and customers, in real time, via two-way messaging, dynamic ETA updates, and POD verification including barcode scanning, signature capture, and photos, the company added. Field efficiency is further improved with voice navigation providing turn-by-turn directions driven by live pickup and delivery information. Finally, training is reduced and productivity is increased through an intuitive touchscreen interface that is standardized across all Android devices and built-in help that reduces support calls.

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