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Evergreen Tank Solutions, Inc. has chosen MobileFrame’s asset tracking application to collect data related to the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste in order to aid with federal and state compliance. Evergreen Tank Solutions, Inc. provides their customers with effective, efficient, ecological solutions to all their liquid and solid temporary storage needs and offers one of the broadest ranges of containment equipment in the industry. With MobileFrame’s solution, they will essentially be able to track movement of large waste containers at large industrial facilities to identify the GPS coordinates, condition, date and time of the move, and much more. With MobileFrame’s 100% code-free platform, Evergreen Tank Solutions, Inc. is now able to make changes to each one of their customer’s requirements, which they were not able to do with their previous solution.
Enhance your DSD operations with cutting edge technology
Is your field force using an inflexible, hard-coded mobile app for your DSD operations? How many times have you wanted to make changes to your current app but didn’t want to the pay the vendor an arm and a leg to do the work?
In today’s competitive business marketplace, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) distribution companies need to do more than simply squeeze costs out of the business process. The technology must be able to be customized based on changes in the business processes. This responsiveness, real-time visibility and flexibility will empower your business to flourish in the current economic climate.
For the past 20 years organizations that have implemented mobile software solutions have found that in order to be successful they had to become subject matter experts in mobile computing. This is in addition to figuring out how to cobble together software components from different vendors in order to ensure a successful deployment.
In fact during a recent meeting with a prospective client we discussed this very topic. During our discussion he said that when his team was implementing their legacy mobile solution in 2003, they had to learn about a variety of technologies related to mobile computing.