Since the Corona pandemic working in the office has taken a different form. Even though workers have returned to their offices, for many this hasn’t gone back to a pre-pandemic situation. Many people now work partly from the office, spending the rest of their time working from home. Others may only go into the office for team meetings or other work or social events.
However, many people still have their parcels delivered at their work address for ease. If the office has a mailroom or not, it is often the sheer volume of parcels that can complicate the delivery to the correct recipient.
With the workforce working different timings and having them spread across a variety of locations, efficient parcel delivery is a challenge.
Here is where an inbound parcel tracking system can save time, money and resources.
A parcel is signed into the building. This can be as simple as taking the photo of the label or scanning the native barcode.
The recipient is notified and can collect the item with a secure QR code the next time she/he is in the building. Parcels will get to their recipients every time, but most importantly the people responsible for the reception desk or mailroom have a way of managing the parcels/mail securely through the building.