Driver Mobile App enables PDF creation

CX North America Information Services Inc announces new digital document creation functionality is available in its CX North America Driver Mobile App. The next-generation mobile app, designed to enhance visibility and enable communication from booking to proof of delivery, allows drivers to create and electronically send instant, high-quality bill of lading documents in PDF format for immediate invoicing.

After a delivery is made and bill of lading signed, drivers can take a photo of the document with their smartphone camera to begin PDF creation. Designed to optimize photos taken even in unideal, low-light conditions, the mobile app will process the image and adjust for contrast, clarity and orientation.

The driver can crop the photo as necessary, removing unwanted background and focusing on the document itself. The app then automatically converts the file to a formally acceptable electronic format, transforming the image from a photo of a document to a viable proof of delivery. The PDF can then be sent instantaneously to the dispatcher, saving both drivers and carriers time and money.

Intended for collaboration among carriers, drivers, brokers and 3PLs, the mobile app offers a range of information exchange and tracking capabilities for real-time freight management, including up-to-the-minute status updates, automated alerts and two-way messaging for job orders. Easy-to-use functionality allows firms to operate more efficiently by maximizing vehicle utilization, load management and capacity.

The CX North America Driver Mobile App is available for download on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It is free of charge for CX North America subscribers and firms doing business with subscribers. The app is optimized for display on a full range of screens.

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