The Office City deploys JumpTrack for proof-of-delivery

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Updated Dec 18, 2011

Jump Technologies, Inc. (JumpTech) developer of cloud-based mobile systems, announced that The Office City, one of the nation’s fastest growing independent suppliers of office products and supplies, has selected and deployed JumpTrack’s proof-of-delivery system across its entire fleet.

The Office City, a long-time JumpTech customer, says it competes against big-box national office supplies dealers with customer service and by leveraging technologies that match or exceed its competitors’ capabilities. Order tracking and proof-of-delivery/signature capture was one area of focus, and The Office City was seeking a competitive differentiator.

The company selected and deployed the JumpTrack smartphone-based tracking system on low-cost Android devices assigned to each route driver.

“Our company mantra is ‘whatever it takes,’ and we deliver on this promise to our customers through a combination of the best people in the industry and the most professional, reliable and efficient technologies available,” said Jerry Carroll, CFO and vice president of operations for The Office City.

With the JumpTrack mobile app installed on Android smartphones, end users can sign for deliveries by using their fingertip. All the back-end tracking is handled seamlessly via the cloud, he says.

“The cost per truck with JumpTrack is 80 percent less than traditional terminal solutions, and the turn-up time for new trucks is reduced from two weeks to just a few hours,” he adds.

JumpTrack is a proof-of-delivery system that leverages the Android and Apple iOS smartphones and tablets and JumpTech’s cloud-based infrastructure. Using the proof-of-delivery mobile app, customers sign the screen using their fingertip. Signatures and detailed delivery information are then automatically sent to JumpTech’s servers and each customer’s backend systems.

The JumpTrack proof-of-delivery service is available at a cost of $75 per truck per month.