Software for delivery drivers

Software for delivery drivers

All transport companies face the same challenges on a daily basis. On the one hand, the high degree of outsourcing, which poses a challenge in the control and optimization of their processes. On the other hand, their criticality in terms of delivering packages on time.

These difficulties translate into an enormous level of demand in logistics distribution. For which Neo has developed the software for delivery drivers Work&Track Mobile.

The system consists in a web and a mobile version with which you can optimize the management of the logistics distribution of goods and “last mile” delivery. It allows you to control and optimize the delivery and collection processes with punctuality, minimising errors and guaranteeing on-time delivery.

How does the Work&Track Mobile delivery software work?

Work&Track Mobile offers a flexible pay-per-user or licence model to manage deliveries and collections for each delivery driver, wherever they are, in real time, with efficient technology to work in any logistics distribution service of goods and “last mile” delivery.

The process designer and task scheduler are key to assigning work orders automatically to each delivery person, based on their activity status, GPS location and shipment characteristics.

In addition, the system allows route planning and delivery reporting from the delivery driver’s mobile terminal with barcode or QRs scanning controls and ensures full real-time traceability of orders, packages and references securely and without loss of information.

How have distribution companies improved their deliveries with Work&Track Mobile?

1. A food distribution company optimized its routes by ensuring on-time deliveries.

About the company:

The group, which has traditionally focused on industrial bakery products, diversified a decade ago into bread production and subsequently expanded into other food products, such as baby food, spreads and ice cream, among others.

With Work&Track Mobile:

It manages cascade dispatches, generating daily from the head office all the product dispatches to retail outlets throughout Spain. The contracted transport agencies, in turn, make a second dispatch to the transport companies they work with, with the delivery services that correspond to them on the day and these prepare the final dispatch orders to their specific drivers/trucks that are going to carry out the transport of the shipment.

Return on investment:

  • Scalable system to cope with production peaks and staff increases.
  • 6.5% increase in turnover the year after implementation.
  • 3% increase in international sales compared to the previous year.
  • Centralization of 100% of the deliveries managed with the application.

2. A logistics company won new service contracts by optimizing costs, routes and deliveries.

About the company:

A global logistics company dedicated to the transport of goods, it is consolidating its position as a leading international group with a fleet of more than 150 vehicles and 200 professionals.

With Work&Track Mobile:

On the one hand, the system provides everything related to the truck (location, activity history, real-time download of tachograph data, visibility of the location to our customers), on the other hand, the communication of work orders to drivers (specific work orders without having to write down anything, monitoring of the management of these orders to know the status of the order at all times and improve delivery processes).

Return on investment:

The use of the digital approach allowed it to address more than one million data points in the two tenders, leading to additional price reductions of 10% for trucking and securing the mandates.

If you have any questions about how to control and optimize your logistics distribution and last mile delivery processes using efficient technology with Work&Track Mobile, call us to (+34) 91 575 18 06 or write us to Whatever you prefer. We will be happy to answer all your questions.





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