Re: [messengers] INDIES: web waybills

Date: 11 Aug 2011 00:53:45 +0200
From: Tom O <zontique@xxxxxxxxx>

online version of waybills, i guess is more of a proper term. Familiarity for customers is important. Sometimes having a separate piece of paper for each delivery is important too - for billing purposes, or as a proof. Not everyone has embraced the emerging technologies, and not everyone has online portable devices.
However, having a little idea of whom I am talking to, either you are being sarcastic, or theres something i missed in the question there.. What do you use for online booking and tracking?

--- On Wed, 8/10/11, Michael Dodd <mikeydodds@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Michael Dodd <mikeydodds@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [messengers] INDIES: web waybills
To: "Tom O" <zontique@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: messengers@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Wednesday, August 10, 2011, 7:48 AM

Mind me asking why you need waybills? 

I noticed some companies using these in North america but i struggled to understand why. 

Is it better than online booking and tracking? Or is it just to give the customers what they are familiar with? 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 9:03 AM, Tom O <zontique@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi everyone,

Indies and aspiring indies, anyone has a ready-to

use online waybill system? I mean not a thing you buy in a box (i.e.

courier complete, etc) nor something you rent, like digital waybill?


ve developed  a sceleton system that takes orders, allows customers to

print waybills, order history, and emails them to a pre-set email


So anyone wants to share notes, let me know. I am not posting the url for security reasons - talk to me off the list.

I sawfolks with concession stands at earlier cmwcs, but that was more like a franchise, which is quite different from an indy model.

What are peeps in Boston doing for receptionnist/waybills? Is Boston still the capital of indies, now that they have the stanley cup?

P.S. I havent been following the list for awhile, so my apologies if its off the subject /  format.


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