Andromeda launches order and driver tracking capability for the foodservice industry.
Andromeda, a British company specialising in software solutions for the foodservice delivery, restaurant and QSR markets, yesterday announced the launch of two new modules linked to its Ramases EPOS software, designed to provide driver tracking and order tracking capabilities for both the store and its customers.
The company said that the GPS Driver Tracking module will allow stores to track their delivery driver's journeys in real time, allowing better allocation of orders and potentially resulting in a more efficient delivery system, while also offering additional safety benefits to the driver since the store can locate him in the event of a breakdown or other emergency.
The Order Tracking module will allow customers to enter their phone number into a web site and see the progress of their order through the kitchen and on to the delivery stage. If the store has GPS tracking, the customer will be able to track the driver's journey, but otherwise the customer will only be able to see that the order has left the store and is en route.
No pricing details for the solutions were disclosed.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Date:||Mar 18, 2010|
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