13 Feb Tracking Solutions – News Roundup
WINN Solutions delivers cutting-edge item tracking solutions that free mailroom workers from the worry of losing track of important packages within an organization.
Occasionally, we stumble upon other related services that boost this goal. A few are explored below:
Locking Down Porch Pirates with Lockers
A recent news report by CNBC highlighted the increasing use of lockers by consumers and businesses to thwart “porch pirates”. These lockers are leased for a small fee and placed within multi-resident complexes or apartment buildings for example. Traditional offices and retailers have caught wind of these services and are starting to invest.
Hold Locations at Big Box Chains
Alternatively, hold locations are being explored and arranged by carriers. These include nearby grocery or pharmaceutical chains which benefit both recipients and mail carriers by providing time-savings and proof of a package’s whereabouts.
Close Monitoring with Ring.com
In addition to lockers, another tool that businesses and consumers are turning to in order to reduce incidences of stolen packages is video monitoring. Companies like Ring.com, for example, provide evidence of when a package is dropped off, or in unfortunate incidences, when it’s stolen. Per the company’s analyses, roughly 20% of all online shoppers end up being victims of theft, including businesses.
Keeping Track Within
These solutions are all good solutions for door deliveries. However, how do companies keep track of important mail within the business?
That’s where WINN Solutions comes in.
We provide internal tracking solutions for enterprises in all niches, including:
- Apartment Complexes
- College Campuses
- Retail Stores
- Medical Institutions
Our applications are only limited by your imagination.
Whether you take advantage of locker rentals or decide on keeping the delivery route as-is, WINN Solutions’ item tracking software is a great way to keep track of valuable mail within the company’s walls – throughout the entire chain of custody.
To learn more, call 1 (800) 806-6884.