JumpTech’s JumpTrack smartphone-based tracking and proof-of-delivery system uses low-cost Android or Apple devices assigned to each route driver. Unlike bulky and more expensive legacy terminal systems, this is said to be simple, efficient and affordable based on the company’s "proven" cloud services and robust back-end servers.

With the JumpTrack mobile app installed on Android/srv/bindings/c174c59820b942dfaae1fab977e45eaa/codele smartphones or tablets, end users can sign for deliveries simply using their fingertip and all the back-end tracking is handled seamlessly via the cloud. This simple proof-of-delivery system sends detailed delivery information automatically to JumpTech’s servers and each customer’s backend systems.

The cost per truck with JumpTrack is 80% less than traditional terminal solutions, the company claims, and the turn-up time for new trucks is reduced from two weeks to just a few hours.

The JumpTrack app is available free of charge on the Android Market and the Apple App Store for all iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad devices running iOS 4.0 or later. The JumpTrack proof-of-delivery service is available at a cost of US$75 per truck per month.

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