Proof-of-delivery solution enhanced with ‘planned vs. actual’ reporting

ORLANDO. Jump Technologies, a provider of real-time, cloud-based supply-chain management solutions, announced an enhancement for its JumpTrack proof-of-delivery (POD) here this week at the American Trucking Assns. (ATA) meeting. JumpTrack provides fleet managers and dispatchers insight about drivers’ delivery efficiency.

“Our new Planned vs. Actual Report compares drivers’ actual delivery performance against a dispatch- or JumpTrack-generated route in key areas such as route leg time, leg distance, arrival time, stop time, departure time, stop order, total route time and distance,” said president & CEO John Freund.

“This critical information allows companies to manage by exception by highlighting delivery problems and inefficiencies," he added.  

Customers can customize the Planned vs. Actual Report to receive the information they want— from a “high level” that identifies a lag in performance to more “granular” details, such as stop count, drive time, lag time between stops, miles, departure time, stop time, and total trip time.

According to the company, these details provide insight into areas that,  when fine-tuned, increase fleet efficiencies and decrease costs. Sophisticated mapping technology allows customer to view actual trips,and to view additional parameters based on geo-fencing.

In addition, delivery-site editing allows customers to correct bad data. For example, said Jump Technologies, if a customer's database contains outdated or bad addresses, a user can define a site geo-code on a map to these invalid addresses. What’s more, customers can change geo-fencing parameters to indicate specific locations for deliveries.

Jump Technologies is offering a free 30-day JumpTrack trial. For details on that, click here.

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