When your proof of delivery (POD) processes rely on physical documents and rifling through hordes of paperwork, it can be nearly impossible to have visibility on the current status of deliveries. Automating your POD processes provides countless benefits, including finding information a fraction of the time and multiple digital proof points such as images, notes, geo & time stamps, to name just a few.
Proof of delivery documentation is essential on many levels; for payment, compliance, auditing, and to address queries regarding what’s been delivered, where, when, and by whom. If you’re still using manual proof of delivery processing methods, you could be missing out on significant opportunities to advance your business.
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Tracking proof of delivery (POD), or proof of transaction documents is crucial to invoicing customers and visibility into operational logistics. But, if your PODs consist of handwritten, hard to read or incomplete dockets, that takes days or weeks to process then your business could be taking a hit.
Digitising some or all of the POD process can save you time, money, and confusion. Check out how.
Firms that are in the business of supplying and delivering products may be familiar with proof of delivery processes (POD). But some may not realise those paper-based processes are taking up too much time – and sucking up too much money.
If you’re in the business of selling or transporting a product or service, then chances are you have a process for capturing the proof of delivery or proof of transaction. Whether you’re dealing with outbound deliveries or inbound counter transactions, having a good ‘proof of transaction’ process in place is