Roadnet Releases Proof-of-Delivery App on iOS for Fleet Tracking

October 18, 2013  - By

Roadnet Technologies, the Baltimore-based transportation logistics software firm, announced today that the MobileCast Proof-of-Delivery application is now available in Apple’s iTunes App Store. The introduction of the proof-of-delivery application for Roadnet customers using Apple products allows the ability to integrate delivery services into a single mobile platform.

The MobileCast Proof-of-Delivery app includes:

  • GPS Tracking
  • Manual Arrive/Depart to track accurate service times
  • Text Messaging within the application to streamline communications
  • Dynamic Dispatch of stops to driver’s mobile device
  • In-Field Geocoding to ensure accurate delivery locations
  • Store and Forward so that when a coverage issue is experienced all information will be saved and transmitted later
  • Driver Re-Sequencing of stops to allow control over reordering stops when necessary
  • Order Summary to quickly view what is being delivery
  • Apple Maps integration to provide delivery driving directions (does not include truck restrictions)
  • Apple Voice Navigation provides audible directions to a requested location
  • Apple Live Traffic overlays to provide traffic information for the route
  • On Track, the sales and merchandiser tracking application that accurately records mileage and time spent with a customer, is also available within the MobileCast app.

The MobileCast phone solution is a proof-of-delivery application. Proof-of-delivery systems not only let management track their vehicles in real time, but they also notify employees in the back office when issues arise that may prohibit a route from being completed as planned. The historical data collected through a proof-of-delivery application can also be used to evaluate trends and determine alternative solutions for route execution.

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