AQuickDelivery, a courier offering transportation and distribution services throughout Georgia, recently introduced GPS Tracking capabilities to optimize management of its drivers and driver communications.
Used by dispatchers for real-time tracking via droid technology, the newly announced GPS tracking system will help offer clients a superior customer experience, as well as on-time deliveries.
Since all the drivers will have a droid communications device linked to GPS tracking, the dispatchers will find it easy to locate any of their driver fleet and communicate exactly where they are.
With all drivers being GPS tracked, AQuickDelivery will also be able to create delivery efficiencies, including consolidating package deliveries, where drivers can be quickly notified of a new pickup that is in or near their current location.
GPS Tracking capabilities will also prove beneficial for re-routing deliveries and transferring packages, in the event a driver is in an accident or is prohibited from make a successful delivery.
As a major player in the courier industry, the prime goal of AQuickDelivery is to perform optimal courier logistic solutions and superior customer service every time. The company is capable of delivering everything from small packages to palletized freight.
The courier provides same-day delivery successfully for more than 1,500 clients, including Fortune 500 companies. Company officials said that the all new GPS tracking system exemplifies AQuickDelivery as a courier company that utilizes the latest in technology to improve driver communications.
In related TMC (News - Alert) news, AQuickDelivery recently announced instant e-mail notification for all of its same-day deliveries. The instant e-mail notifications will be issued to customers that place their orders via phone and online.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey