Concrete Products

MAR 2019

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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52 • March 2019 www.concreteproducts.com GivenHansco's new truck-focused, tablet-based GPS suite, Keystone Online On-Delivery, offers what programmers note is a new realm of streamlined customer service control and logistics management possibilities for ready mixed pro- ducers. Designed in-house as an extension of the advanced Key- stone Online family of products, the integrated platform features a dispatch dashboard affording real- time view of current day orders and details, including amounts ordered and delivered by plants. Compatible with most Android devices, On-Delivery also features GPS truck tracking, which pro- vides statusing and text messaging to ensure instant communication between the driver and dispatch. Key- stone Online On-Delivery-equipped drivers can view ticket information with vital data such as complete product load—all before the truck is loaded. GivenHansco cites a multi- tude of à la carte, On-Delivery add-on functions affording an immediate overview of essential information INNOVATIONS REPORT READY MIXED On-Delivery dashboard GivenHansco platform raises logistics management, customer service In addition to the main platform, GivenHansco has programmed a Keystone On-Delivery starter version, presenting GPS Lite as ideal for smaller companies to leverage as an initial pilot foundation. It runs on a small modem-based device mounted in the truck with a simple power cable, and is used solely for mixer tracking and order statusing. It includes an on-line dashboard that allows users to view current day orders and details including volumes ordered and delivered to plant(s). GPS LITE: KEYSTONE ON-DELIVERY STARTER PLATFORM

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