Fort Worth, Tex. —Friday, April 12, 2019 ECI Software Solutions, a leader in cloud-based business management solutions, today announced the availability of a Fleet Optimization feature for JumpTrack®, ECI’s proof-of-delivery (POD) software. With this new add-on, users can manage deliveries more efficiently with insights into the resources used during the delivery process and the routes taken to complete deliveries on time.
Global warehouse managers and owners leverage the JumpTrack cloud-based software tool to receive immediate updates on deliveries and better understand the opportunities for improvement within their existing distribution methods. The software eliminates the labor and forms costs associated with paper-based systems and improves the productivity of delivery fleets by providing users with real-time visibility into drivers’ days. Key benefits of the new Fleet Optimization feature include:
“The costs—both in time and money—of deliveries can be an extreme burden on smaller or mid-sized warehouses, and this new feature will directly attack that challenge,” said Brian Bowerfind, ECI Distribution Division President. “We’re making it possible for dealers to achieve previously unattainable efficiencies in their distribution operations by providing them with a tool that can manage everything—from driver data to signature capture, and everything in between.”
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ECI Software Solutions provides industry-specific business software solutions and services, focusing on cloud-based technologies. For 30+ years, ECI has served small to medium-sized manufacturing, wholesale/retail distribution, building and construction, and field service organizations. Privately held, ECI is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, with offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, England, the Netherlands, and Australia. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.ECISolutions.com or call (800) 959-3367.
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