ADD Systems is excited to announce a new hardware option for the Raven® mobile delivery solution. Raven is now available on the non-rugged Microsoft Surface Go tablet, in addition to the Panasonic Toughpad ruggedized device. Rugged or non-rugged – the choice is yours.
Weighing the Benefits
Raven on the Microsoft Surface Go is the result of ADD Systems’ efforts to provide a lower upfront cost to companies eager to reap the efficiency benefits of ADD’s proven Raven solution. John Coyle, Vice President of Sales for ADD Systems, said, “While we are believers in rugged devices, we know customers are looking for alternatives as consumer grade devices become more capable in the business environment.” Rugged tablets like the Panasonic Toughpad will unquestionably be more reliable in the field, but the low upfront cost of non-rugged means it is feasible to keep a number of extras in stock for emergency situations. John shared that, “Now, Raven users can weigh the pros and cons and then decide for themselves what is right for their particular environment. We’re excited to be able to offer the choice.”
Consistent Mobile Development
ADD believes this new hardware option will mean more companies can make use of the recent powerful Raven enhancements designed with efficiency top-of-mind. ADD’s mobile development team is consistently moving the product forward with advanced features, including: cylinder exchange and cage tracking; QR asset tagging; wholesale BOL and order tracking; and the recently introduced Raven Companion and Raven Fleet Fueler Android devices, which easily put this functionality in the drivers hand, outside of the cab.
Commitment to Client Success
Bruce C. Bott, President of ADD Systems, is committed to developing products that offer exceptional efficiency. He shared that, “ADD Systems knows that delivery is the heart of the business for many of our clients. We’re pleased to provide Raven on the Microsoft Surface Go and are confident that it will help more clients use Raven to reach new heights in both efficiency and customer experience.”