Plantworx 2017 provided visitors with the opportunity to get an exclusive look at the latest release from equipment management software supplier, inspHire. The leading provider was showcasing its recently launched logistics planning and management tool which now seamlessly works together with inspHire Mobile, allowing businesses to stay connected at all times.
The newly developed transport booking screen and inspHire Mobile integration was well received by visitors. The logistics planning and management tool helps hire businesses ensure all their equipment is in the right place at the right time, with all the correct documentation needed as well as being a great feature for managing the schedules of drivers and engineers and improving communication throughout the business, with both hire desk staff and mobile workforce being able stay up to date at all times.
Utilising useful features such as push messaging and live updates makes it incredibly easy for driver or engineer schedules to be altered when they’re out on the road. If a collection is added to the list of jobs they need to complete that day, they will be notified by an automatic alert with details of what they’re collecting and where they need to go. From here they will be able to tap the address and Google Maps integration will provide them with directions to the location. This will dramatically improve communication and ensure that a job is never missed.
inspHire Mobile also provides a wide range of features and functionality that allow users to manage everything from stock take, adding items to a contract, workshop jobs, remote tests and inspections as well as deliveries, collections and exchanges. Anything completed within inspHire Mobile is immediately updated within inspHire, providing businesses with important real time data that allows them to have clear visibility across the whole business.
The inspHire team took the opportunity to explore the show ground and take in all of the latest equipment that was on show. This provided a fantastic opportunity to catch up with some customers who were exhibiting, such as; Garic, Morris Leslie Plant, Mount Machinery, Dymatech, adp Group, Locksheath Hire Centres, Emmitt Plant, Willbox and many more. Graham Dobbs, Managing Director said, “Despite a mixed bag with the weather, Plantworx was a very successful show for inspHire. It was brilliant to see so many familiar faces and get a look at the latest equipment on the market. Yet again the progress the HAE EHA have made with their Virtual Reality training was astounding. I firmly believe the advancements they're making are going to have a great impact on the future of the industry.”.
2017-06-20T12:08:28.0000000+01:00 Published by Louise on June 20, 2017 at 12:08 PM
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