Our track and trace solution proves its value through increased operational performance and customer satisfaction.
Having recently unveiled their Active Asset Tracking Solution at Post-expo, Prime Vision and development partner, TWTG have a solution that delivers the pinpoint results and accuracy the Industry has long demanded.
Prime Vision is proud to announce the launch of our new Service Management Department. Headed by Fleur Baars, our new services team brings Prime Visions’ renown experience and expertise directly to the customer, working diligently to manage our integrated solutions and resolve any issues that arise on the way.
The e-commerce market is continually evolving, and moreover, logistic operators need to to be increasingly agile to meet the resulting challenges.
Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. They are a volunteer run organization with hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology.
A ground-breaking Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Video Coding (VCS) Solution developed by a partnership of Prime Vision and SICK has been installed at a major international airport to solve the challenges of baggage identification rejects. Prime Vision hit such a problem in the logistics industry many years ago and developed systems to increase read rates.
This week our Account Director Richard Hagen and Innovation Director Bernd van Dijk are taking part in a trade mission to China, together with the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and several other representatives of the Netherlands. The journey to China will concentrate on the Logistics and e-Commerce markets and will visit multiple cities.
This month in Postal and Parcel Technology magazine: How one postal operator has streamlined its handling process to improve customer satisfaction
Our industry is judged by time. To the general public, it really doesn’t matter how efficient our internal systems and procedures are. To be on time, or even a little early, is the expected standard and unfortunately barely noticed. To be late, however, can cause great annoyance and contribute to negative public perception of the postal service.