The Only Complete Enterprise Mobility Solution
Los Gatos, CA (August 16, 2012) – MobileFrame LLC, provider of the only cross-device mobile application development platform that requires no custom coding to develop custom enterprise mobile apps, announces that Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has chosen MobileFrame’s Configurable Mobile Application TM for their Mailroom Proof of Delivery requirements.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute provides expert, compassionate care to children and adults with cancer while advancing the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of cancer and related diseases. Dana-Farber receives several packages each day by FedEx and UPS into their mail room, which their employees must then deliver to the right person and track that the delivery was completed successfully. Prior to implementing MobileFrame’s Mailroom POD Application, this was being done on clipboard and paper. MobileFrame’s software will be used for many apps, but the next one on the list is to deploy a physical inventory count application. As with most companies, Dana-Farber has many supply cabinets across their buildings where employees can take what they need to do their jobs. Of course that means that over time the supplies need to be replenished, so the app will provide summary reports to the right people. Continue reading
The first step in going paperless is finding the right solution vendor that not only has the experience to help you to understand your mobile workflow needs, but also the right technology to help you to ensure a successful mobile deployment.
During this 1 hour education session, you will learn how other companies have been able to leverage MobileFrame’s award winning enterprise mobility platform and prebuilt Proof of Delivery (POD) solutions to automate delivery scheduling, dispatch, and collection of delivery data.
We will demonstrate how you will be able to:
We are hosting two sessions, both of which will also be recorded. Please click on either of the links below to register:Option 1 – Tues, Mar 1, 2011 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PST
As a BONUS all registered attendees will also receive a FREE whitepaper entitled, “How to Have a Successful Mobile Implementation” by Martin Jack, Director of Software Solutions Group at Barcoding, a must read for anyone looking to ensure the success of a mobile deployment.
Expedited Packages has chosen MobileFrame to automate their Proof of Delivery processes. Prior to adopting MobileFrame’s platform, Expedited Packages had 700 drivers using an outdated Palm application that lacked wireless capabilities and operated only in batch-mode. They also had 200 people using a hosted application for which they had to pay the vendor for every change; often times, the vendor would refuse to make the requested changes unless it benefited their entire customer base! Expedited Packages recognized that it had become necessary to adopt a more robust mobility solution, one which wouldn’t hold them hostage to the vendor’s whims. With MobileFrame, Expedited Packages will be able to utilize the latest mobility technologies to implement a full-featured POD mobile application that closely integrates with their existing dispatch software. Continue reading
Frontier Logistics has chosen MobileFrame as their standard mobility platform for use in deploying several mobile applications throughout their organization. The first mobile application will be for inventory tracking in the warehouse. They also plan to deploy mobile apps to automate Proof of Delivery (POD) and Rail fleet management. Frontier’s mobile applications will run on Intermec CN50’s with the Intermec SR61 Bluetooth handheld scanner. The driving force behind Frontier’s decision to standardize on MobileFrame was the need to improve productivity, reduce paperwork and eliminate duplicate data entry. The platform provides the flexibility, ease-of-use and hardware support necessary for Frontier to develop the wide variety of mobile applications their business processes require. At full deployment, Frontier Logistics expects to have 230 users: 30 in the warehouse and 200 drivers.