For Competitive Courier Industry, Airclic Launches SaaS Mobile Solution

By PRESS RElEASE — April 28, 2010

Airclic , a global provider of mobile software products that improve the performance of supply chain, logistics and field service operations, has launched Courier Perform , a SaaS-based mobile software product proven to save money and deliver a true competitive advantage for the courier industry.

"The courier industry is highly fragmented, competitive and an exceptionally lucrative, $59 billion market," said Rick Pontin, CEO of Airclic.

"We have been a strategic partner for large and small courier organizations for years, and we know what applications work for this industry. This product leverages our specific expertise and makes it possible for couriers of all sizes to benefit from utilizing such a business critical application."

Built on Airclic's reliable and flexible Mobile Performance Platform , Courier Perform is hardware agnostic, offers seamless integration with existing infrastructure and has the ability to scale with an organization's growth.

Airclic's decade-long history of success in the courier industry combined with the cost-effectiveness and simplicity of a SaaS-based model makes Courier Perform an ideal solution for couriers of all sizes.

Key features and functionality of Courier Perform include:

* Productivity and performance reports
* Operational reports and alerts
* Customer visibility with tracking site and delivery notifications
* Proof-of-delivery
* Dispatch of scheduled routes
* Ad-hoc pickups and deliveries
* GPS and geofences
* Route reconciliation
* Piece counts and weight
* Piece-level tracking and reconciliation
* Route and location-based reports
* Device management

Courier Perform is currently available for purchase.

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