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Microlise SmartFlow driver management app now free of charge to aid pandemic efforts

Microlise is making its SmartFlow driver and workflow management app free of charge, underpinning vital logistics work in the coronavirus response.

Microlise says its SmartFlow app will be free of charge for the duration of the coronavirus crisis

The firm said that increased levels of consumer buying, fuelled by Covid-19, resulting in unprecedented supply chain challenges that are likely to continue at heightened levels for longer than traditional peak periods.

In response, the Microlise mobile application will be provided free of charge for the duration of the coronavirus crisis, both to customers not currently using SmartFlow, and to those customers who already use the application, with any increase beyond typical usage incurring no additional charges.

The app supports customers to track the location of temporary or third-party drivers, manage tasks, workflows and communications, and collect proof of delivery information. Users are able to provide the App to subcontractors or contract-based drivers, with set-up taking just minutes, with all the collected data feeding directly into the Microlise solution in place.

Nadeem Raza, Microlise CEO, said: “Our customers are depending on our mission-critical systems as never before. We are doing all we can to support their efforts and have identified SmartFlow as a valuable support tool in the current climate.

“SmartFlow will allow our customers to add additional capacity, secure in the knowledge that they can manage the operational impact in an efficient, effective and transparent way. We are working closely with our customers during this time to proactively identify areas where Microlise can provide additional support – SmartFlow is just one offering that can be quickly deployed to support operators who need to bring additional drivers on-stream.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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