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Protect From False Liabilities with Proof of Delivery

Wholesale distribution involves orders with large line items, and they are perishable. Customers do reject items that they think don’t fit their need. Having said that, sometimes a customer contacts you to say that they did not receive their merchandise, or you notice that what you expect as returned merchandise is different than what is returned in the truck. This is when it’s best to have proof of delivery signatures and detailed documentation. It should be in the form of notes, data, pictures and videos on what was delivered, what was rejected, and the reasons why. This can protect your business from false liabilities.

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“We are seeing immediate benefits after implementing DispatchTrack. Our routes are more efficient, our cost per stop is down, and the driver morales has improved.”

— Lee Goodman

CEO, Jeromes

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