Sep 22

Queue Management System Logistics

Whether you're a small local delivery company or you ship freight internationally, you need a system for your logistics company that can keep up with the fast pace of the modern world. Outdated systems are often slow, clunky, lacking in data, and don't give your contractors and employees immediate updates. The QLess queue management system is a new technology that helps you break free of these old systems and gives…

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Sep 14

Queue Management: The Solution to Modernize Ports

With Amazon and online shopping, the world has become increasingly reliant on a globalized supply chain. But when most of us think of overseas shipping and ports, we still envision it as old-school and out of date. That's because much of the technology used in ports hasn't changed over the years. But that doesn't mean they can't modernize. And queue management software is a great place to start. How it Works With…

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Aug 26

How Truck Booking Software Increases Efficiency

In the logistics industry, many companies still live in the past, with outdated processes that cost the staff time and the business money. It's time to move into a new era that takes full advantage of new software technologies and hardware that everyone has on hand: their cell phone. The QLess truck booking software is an automated system that declutters your staff's filing cabinets, makes receiving instructions a breeze for employees…

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Jun 22

How Communication Can Improve the Customer Experience

How many times have you arrived at a scheduled appointment, only to find out that the person you're meeting is running behind? You're forced to wait minutes, maybe hours, for something that you expected to happen on time, which results in your entire day being uprooted. We've all been through this. Doctors, dentists, lawyers -- they're all guilty of this minor, but frustrating, offense.  Even though waiting for appointments has…

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May 20

New Logistics Industry Trends to Adapt to a Post-COVID World

The logistics industry is full of essential businesses and workers that need to keep operating during this time of pandemic. Goods need to be manufactured, transported, and delivered to their final destinations. The challenge for many companies is to implement new logistics industry trends that safeguard workers from spreading COVID-19 between themselves and their customers. Some businesses, like meat processors, have already had to shut their doors for an indefinite…

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