The supply chain has reacted in a noble way to the resource shortage in our nation during the COVID-19 crisis. Truck drivers, factory workers, retail employees and overnight stockers, to name a few, are in the business of providing us with the food and resources we need to be safe and healthy. The people of the supply chain can be better protected from COVID-19 and other human-to-human virus transmission through the use of driverDOC technology. driverDOC provides real-time driver data for the entire supply chain ecosystem, with the goal of reducing as much human touch as possible.
Today, driverDOC is eliminating the need for drivers to physically interact with a dispatcher to obtain trip sheets for pickups and deliveries. It also eliminates the physical delivery of BOL and POD documents. Not only are the driver and dispatcher protected by reducing physical touchpoints, the invoicing process is expedited and the safety of the driver behind the wheel is improved.
In the last few weeks, we have also spoken with several shippers on our product's capability, and they are now interested in leveraging our technology to further reduce human touch with their shipping staff. driverDOC continues to focus on real-time supply chain data enablement, while also bringing safety to the forefront.
Fill out our contact form on the driverDOC website today to reserve your spot for our 60-day trial special. Realize how our low-touch driver application can simplify your back office and simultaneously protect the people that keep your business and the supply chain humming.
driverDOC was imagined to challenge the inefficiencies of the logistics supply chain through the creation of a better driver experience and integrated data flow. We believe drivers are the greatest, yet most underutilized, asset in simplifying the supply chain's back office. The driverDOC SaaS solution arms drivers with a simple, low-touch, workflow-assisted application. In less than 5 minutes, we enable drivers to provide real-time shipment visibility and other critical data to the entire supply chain. The best part is that it was developed with the driver experience and safety in mind. Drivers, and all Americans on our highways, are safer due to the decrease in phone, email and text communication to drivers. Also, our drivers' health is protected by reducing human interaction in unprecedented times like these.
driverDOC is an Omaha, NE based startup that seeks to enable the supply chain ecosystem through capturing driver data in real-time. For more information or to discuss investment opportunities, please visit us at driverDOC.io or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.