How Package Tracking Systems Work


  • Speed – Deliver packages through the mailroom repository faster to the people waiting for them
  • Accuracy – Reduce human errors, misplacement, and shrinkage (theft)
  • Proof of Delivery (accountability) – Know exactly when a package arrived from FedEx/UPS who received & signed for it, where it is at, and exactly when the end recipient signed for it
  • Efficiency – Reduce time looking for packages and reordering missing items

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Complete solution offering from Wasp Barcode:

  • Package Tracking Software – Track any package throughout the process via secure login
  • Barcode Scanner & Mobile Computer – Barcode scanners scan the incoming deliveries into the package tracking application. Mobile computers scan the final delivery to the end recipient and serve as a means to capture the recipient’s signature
  • Barcode Printer – For packages delivered which do not have a barcode label, a barcode printer is needed to quickly generate a label so the package can be scanned and tracked

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