Over the past two weeks we’ve talked about resolutions for the new year. We’ve already agreed that going digital should be top of the list but getting there might be a bit scary. Last week we’ve suggested starting slow and maybe focusing first on your sales. This week, we are shedding a light on how to make sure your Operations is also online and digital if you prefer to get started there and how Zapala Go, software for removals companies, can help you out.
First things first
What exactly is going digital with your Operations? Well, going digital with it is making sure that you won’t rely on paper anymore. First you print the quote, the quoted invent and job docket. Then you hand it all to a driver. When the driver finishes, he will give you other papers such as checklists. In addition, you will have to make further notes to it and maybe create a new document (invoice). In a process with so many variables, relying on that sounds risky and time consuming.
After years operating this way, we at Zapala Go, software for removals companies, understand how hard it is to change this. That is why a slow start with the elimination of the job docket or even paper-based checklists, might bring a lot of benefits for your business. A few of the main benefits of this scenario would be elimination of paper, up to date info and real time feedback.
Making it happen
Zapala Go provides a solution for removals companies focused on improving the way a removals company operate. By using our app, you can assign the job straight to your driver who will then use a mobile phone or tablet to complete it.
Info inputed on the job by your Ops team will be available for the team on the road in real time and you will have visibility of what they are doing in real time as well.
As soon as the job is done, the app also enables collection of payment and generation of an invoice. Doesn’t that sound like something that would make your life easier? And the app is just one of our features! Click on the link below to see the app in action.
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