BizCom’s driver tracking solution, Biz.Tracker, enables transport and courier companies to track freight, assign jobs, capture proof of deliver (POD) signatures, and track driver movements; electronically, wireless, and in real-time.
Functionality of the driver tracking solution is enhanced by Motorola’s new handheld computer, the MC75. The MC75 has built in Sirf III GPS; offering greater capabilities for driver tracking, as well as providing navigation for the drivers themselves.
The Motorola MC75 is the next generation of mobile computer; it delivers a number of business capabilities into an portable rugged device. Its features include 3G or NextG network radio, push-to-talk, integrated GPS, 1D and 2D bar code scanning, a high resolution 2 mega pixel auto focus colour camera, 802.11a/b/g wireless LAN (WLAN), Bluetooth and infrared wireless connectivity.
The driver tracking solution runs on the MC75 handheld computer, equipped with a barcode scanner, which gives drivers access to up-to-date information on incoming jobs, changes to jobs or routes, as well as capturing signatures for POD.
On completion of a job, data is sent back to head office using 3G networks. Biz.Com’s driver tracking solution offers to increase productivity, accuracy and accountability of all drivers and delivery staff.
Features of the driver tracking solution include: management of express-freight consignments including: barcode tracking of parcels attached to a consignment, job control for ad-hoc courier services, and tracking of contract services work including barcode tracking of all articles collected and delivered.
BizCom’s driver tracking solution records all job and freight data in a Microsoft-SQL database, which allows for comprehensive web-based track and trace facilities.
BizCom Pty Ltd interests lie mainly in enterprise mobility, and designing and developing enterprise systems that leverage the power of wireless communications networks.