Every day millions of deliveries are efficiently made using ZetesChronos. ZetesChronos is an electronic proof of delivery software which helps control and improve your collection, delivery and related management processes. It connects your drivers, back-office workers and logistics management and gives you real-time visibility on goods, vehicles and returnable assets so you can ensure the perfect delivery, every time and offer your customers visibility on the status of their shipments.Find out more Contact Us
Information is relayed in real-time with the host system and back-office. Track & trace and reporting modules provide insights for both customers and management. From managing customer expectations and reducing operational costs, through to meeting greater regulatory compliance, the proof of delivery software has many benefits for:
The ZetesChronos proof of delivery software captures and presents all relevant real-time and historic information in clear dashboards. You can drill down easily into more detailed information regarding runs, stops, incidents, assets. This provides your back-office, despatch team, customer service agents and management with a full audit trail of events, when they need it, to easily (re)allocate unplanned deliveries or pick-ups, react efficiently when an incident occurs, and communicate pro-actively. You will be able to manage costs, productivity and customer satisfaction using the insights provided at each stage.Watch the ZetesChronos Video
ZetesChronos runs on leading consumer and ruggedized devices. Zetes is the largest partner in EMEA for leading device manufacturers such as Zebra, Honeywell, Panasonic and Datalogic. We also offer a range of service and maintenance support plans, including fully managed services. Our specialists are ready to help you from one of our 30 centers across Europe.
We work with many organisations looking to replace paper based, manual processes with state-of-the-art proof of delivery software. Customers are from a wide range of sectors including national postal organisations, courier express and parcel services (CEPS), manufacturers, retailers and pharma distribution organisations requiring temperature condition monitoring.