Atlas Van Lines develops moving inventory app

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Updated May 11, 2012

Atlas Van Lines, one of the nation’s largest moving companies, announced the launch of a moving industry-focused inventory app. The app was created to ease the moving process for Atlas customers.

AtlasNet Inventory is available to Atlas Professional Van Operators (PVOs), or drivers, to provide them with a modern inventory process to better suit the needs of those who are about to embark on a move.

Instead of the traditionally time-consuming inventory method, the app enables the PVO to quickly scan the contents of the customer’s move and note the condition of each item. The customer can request that certain items be photographed using the mobile app, and a legible, descriptive inventory can be emailed or printed for the customer on the spot.

In lieu of multiple pages that require signatures, the customer only needs to sign one page to authorize the final inventory report. Most importantly, the inventory is uploaded to Atlas systems and accessed at destination to securely identify items as they are unloaded.

In addition to the time savings benefits, Atlas says the app offers peace of mind and additional security. In the event that an item is inadvertently removed from the customer-signed inventory report during the transportation process, the app will catch this change. The customer will be immediately informed and provided with an updated inventory report for review and signature.

“With this inventory app, we can fulfill our overarching goal of transporting customers’ possessions safely and efficiently from origin to destination,” said Mike Neeley, vice president and CIO of Atlas World Group. “This app allows flexibility for the customer and can quickly eliminate the headache that comes with missing items.”

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