Office and University mailrooms are overflowing with parcels and deliveries at work.
Some companies are so overwhelmed by employee deliveries, they have have now banned personal packages in the workplace. Some even charge staff for the privelaledge of accepting a parcel to the recetion desk.
This is likely to only lead to employees taking time off to wait for deliveries, being preoccupied if their delivery has arrived safely at their home or disgruntled that their employer cant ‘bend a little’ in order to help them out. Lets face it, your boss might try and get as many hours out of you as
Although the humble QR code is similar to a barcode, it is really a fairly simple example of an ‘Information Matrix’. The BIG difference between the two is that whilst a barcode holds information in the horizontal direction, a QR can hold info vertically as well.
QR codes are often referred to as 2D as they can carry info both vertically and horizontally. The great part about this is that they can hold more info in a smaller area.
Main advantages of QR codes.
A QR can carry 100 times more info than a conventional barcode. So a standard bar code will need
We listen to our customers and use every piece of valuable feedback in order to make traizr as good as it can be. Following discussion with a few of our clients we have been working on a totally new traizr reporting and analytics engine that allows you to view much more information on incoming and delivered mail and parcels.
From now on you will be able to not only see mail that has been received and safely delivered to the final recipient but you will also be able to view:
Items received by the hour
deliveries/collections by the hour
iOS recipient users
Android recipient users