Commercial Vehicle Show 2022
Podfather, the route optimisation and electronic proof of delivery software provider, will be ‘going green’ at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, taking place from the 24th to the 26th May at the NEC, Birmingham. Podfather has long been an advocate for efficiency, reducing mileage and paper waste through improved planning and process automation.
Podfather’s customer base saves millions of tons of carbon every year, through the eradication of paper tickets alone. So, at this year’s show, the team is getting set to show how improved planning processes can help companies meet their sustainability goals to achieve net zero emissions, as well as reducing operating costs, improving customer experience, and increasing operational visibility. Visit stand 4A12 to find out more.
“We hear of many companies who, following the COP26 summit, are making changes in their quest to achieve net zero emissions, but so many still rely on paper-based processes to manage their distribution operations,” comments Colin McCreadie, Managing Director at Podfather.
“With smart technology, such as ours, you can take a significant step to hitting your environmental efficiency goals through process modernization. Many transport operators still rely on paper tickets, from order to delivery; eradicate that at the same time as optimising routes to reduce empty miles and you are one very big step closer to cutting carbon emissions and achieving your sustainability goals.”
Podfather offers and end to end solution that tackles the complex problem of planning and managing a distribution operation. It’s cloud-based back-office system, and easy to use driver app, allows users to plan optimised routes, capture vehicle checks, track drivers and capture electronic proof of delivery in real-time. Operational visibility is improved, costs are controlled, empty miles are slashed and the whole process doesn’t require even one paper ticket. Over 30,000 users can’t be wrong with Podfather customers reporting significant cost, time, and efficiency savings as a result of swapping old, disjointed processes, for one streamlined solution.