Even though there have been amazing advances in automated package tracking, many organizations still use outdated paper systems, or they manually enter data into a database. These practices are time-consuming and they’re prone to human error; it’s far to easy to key in something wrong, forget to enter in a package, or simply lose track of one altogether.
An automated package tracking system will streamline your tracking process dramatically, saving time and resources which translates to more money saved in the long run. In fact, automated inbound package tracking systems can offer your organization a tremendous return on investment (ROI), generally within the first 9-12 months of implementation.
An automated package tracking system provides not just one, but two types of ROI.
1. The first stems from operational efficiency
When you streamline the receiving, delivering, and tracking of packages, you will find an immediate improvement in your systems. Labor is reduced, costs are cut, and your initial costs are recovered within less than a year. In fact, some of our own customers find that their 3-year ROI is over 200%!
2. The second form of ROI will come from the incredible impact on your organization’s productivity and accountability
When every item is tracked from receiving to the recipient signing to get the package, it means that you’ll no longer find yourself trying to locate a rogue package that was left behind on equipment, in a mail cart, or even on the desk of the person to whom it was supposed to be delivered.
All employees will be empowered to check the status of their packages—there will be a major reduction in the angry phone calls. In fact, many of our own customers report a 99% reduction in lost items; this kind of improved service will reap financial rewards to your company.
If you’re now looking for a complete tracking solution and have additional questions, we would love to hear from you. Get in touch with us today and tell us what you need.
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