To make your life easier and help you improve the level of service you offer, we've researched the best apps available.
This is the age of technology. If you’re not using specialised courier software, you’re falling behind. There are many apps that can significantly improve how you provide quotes for customers, process your bookings, raise invoices and route your deliveries.
But the question is, which ones are right for you?
Well that’s where Couriers TV comes in. We’ve tried and tested as many programs as we can and we’ll use this page to promote the products we think can offer the best tools for businesses like yours. We’ve analysed everything from PC software to Android and iPhone apps that can automate and speed up your processes.
We’re sure you probably already know about Google Maps. If you don’t, then where have you been for the last 10 years?
It’s free to use, making using it a no-brainer. You plan your routes with post codes or Googles own reference codes, see traffic updates and send the routes direct to your mobile devices. It even warns you of toll roads.
For anyone starting out this should be on your favourites bar and your phone.
Whilst Google Maps is able to handle the vast majority of your routing requirements, there are going to be times when you need to plot multi-drop routes and figure out which is the most efficient order to run your deliveries. Route XL makes that effortless.
The budget option for PODs. If you want to start taking digital PODs, but also need to keep a tight rein on your finances then Adobe's Fill and Sign app is perfect. Create your delivery note directly into the app and your customer can sign directly to your phone.
Are there any websites we haven't included here? Or do you have a different opinion on which sites are worth using? Let us know!