HighJump SkyTrack tracks delivery drivers in real time, records proof of delivery
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (October 24, 2016) – HighJump, a global provider of supply chain network solutions, announced today that its advanced track and trace proof-of-delivery solution, HighJump™ SkyTrack, is now available to users of the HighJump™ Supply Chain Advantage suite. HighJump SkyTrack tracks the status of deliveries and pick-ups in real time and captures proof-of-delivery data.
Part of the HighJump™ Essentials line of applications, HighJump SkyTrack can track packages handled by electronically-connected common carriers or an internal fleet. For fleet-based deliveries, SkyTrack shows the driver’s exact location on a digital map and indicates the status of the route’s deliveries and pick-ups.
“This is a tool that adds another layer of visibility to the supply chain – dispatchers and customers can know exactly where an order is located at any given minute,” HighJump Vice President of Product Management and Consulting Jon Kuerschner said. “That means they will know of any delays or other issues with a delivery immediately, ultimately resulting in better customer service.”
The application is built in HTML5, so it can be rendered via a web browser on any device, whether a computer, smartphone or tablet. Delivery drivers can pull up HighJump SkyTrack on a smartphone or tablet, mark the status of the delivery or pickup, record images and record a signature through sign-on-glass proof-of-delivery.
That digital trail is especially valuable for companies with highly-regulated products that need a detailed history of the chain of custody.
“We are committed to building all of our software on an HTML5 platform – it makes our solutions far more accessible, which is critical for an application like SkyTrack,” said Chad Collins, HighJump chief operating officer. “Leveraging sophisticated supply chain technology that improves the efficiency and reliability of day-to-day operations is the only way to meet the increasing expectations of consumers.”
To learn about HighJump SkyTrack, visit http://highju.mp/2epZU5j.