FiveCubits Introduces Android OS Supply Chain Solution for Bulk Materials
CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — FiveCubits, the leading bulk material supply chain solutions provider, announced it is adding the Android OS platform to its fleet management solution.
As push-to-talk and “feature” phones become obsolete, customers will gain the ease-of-use and flexibility of the Android platform, with the proven benefits FiveCubits is recognized for including lower fuel and maintenance costs. The solution will be available in July when customers can use smart phones and tablets to run the solution to optimize all aspects of bulk material transportation management.
The Android platform, which boasts nearly 500 million users, gives FiveCubits customers a variety of options and price points for the equipment they use to access the FiveCubits network and manage bulk material purchases and transportation in real-time. The FiveCubits network has over 100,000 distinct electronic links between major buyers, transportation providers and suppliers. Buyers electronically transact all bulk material purchases just-in-time, and transportation providers have instant demand visibility, resulting in less wasteful idling and proof of delivery to get paid faster.
“We are excited to offer our customers a more flexible and powerful mobile solution, enabling them to use smartphones and tablets for real-time bulk material management, and to harness other complementary applications the Android solution provides,” said John Jazwiec, CEO of FiveCubits.
FiveCubits is the leading bulk material supply chain solutions company. The web-based product suite reduces variable labor, fuel, and maintenance costs. The FiveCubits network has over 100,000 distinct electronic links between major buyers, transportation providers and suppliers, enabling just-in-time purchasing and instant demand visibility. Customers can choose a no-cost gain-sharing modelor fixed monthly service fees, and ROI is always guaranteed.
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