Motorcoach

Prevost launches new service app 'DeliveryTrack'

Posted on January 20, 2015

Prevost has developed a new easy-to-use app for smartphone application called DeliveryTrack. DeliveryTrack is a convenient tool for professionals in the motorcoach business to take photos which show the time, date and place where the photo was taken. The photos can be used to support a claim, a delivery, or provide photographic assistance to a service team member. After the photo is taken, it can be sent to a manager or service team as a reference, creating a seamless and efficient communication process.

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In the motorcoach industry there are uncontrollable factors that may cause a delay in a delivery, such as traffic congestion and severe weather. By using the DeliveryTrack app to take a photograph and ‘geo-tag’ it, the driver’s explanation can be simply and efficiently confirmed. A driver may have a question about a part; with the DeliveryTrack app he or she will be able to snap a picture and send it to a service team member who can help them through the process. Users will therefore be able to use this readily available tool every time they consider it necessary and in a wide variety of situations.

To download the app from the Apple App Store, click here or search on the App Store for “DeliveryTrack”. The App is available in English, French and Spanish. To download the app from the Google Play Store, click here or search on Google Play for “DeliveryTrack”.

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