Our entire team is taking the opportunity to re imagine ICOS LIVE for our customers. We are building a customer centric, intuitive solution that will enable our customers to use our platform in new ways and access their data more easily and efficiently. This new platform includes incorporating 10 years worth of wish list features and functionality that we plan to roll out, as we iteratively develop this new solution.
Our first step is to rewrite the web interface that you use every day. But once that is done, you can look forward to Public APIs that our customers can consume as well as new integrations and faster, more responsive and informative data flows including an improved ETL process, integrations with Port Connect and any other collaborations that come to hand, to make our new iCOS your main platform.
You can think of this as us taking all our knowledge and experience in Transport industry and asking the question ‘what could ICOS do for our customers in 2020 and beyond?’
We have a new addition to iCOS LIVE – A brand NEW mobile app called ‘iCOS DRIVER’
This new mobile application has a refaced interface, which features new and improved functions including:
- Reject a Job
- Reassign a Job to another Vehicle
- Multi Uplift
- Signature on Pickup
- Photos on Pickup
- Transfer Job to Another Vehicle
- Add Extra Charges
- Multi job Delivery
- Photos on Delivery
- Signature on Delivery
- Back to Depot
- Driver Update Actual Items
- Record Swap Pallets
- Record Temperature
- Record Unique References
- Colour Code Job Status
If you are an existing iCOS LIVE customer and you haven’t yet downloaded the iCOS driver from the App store – check it out.
Contact our help-desk , firstname.lastname@example.org and they will assist you and send you a manual.
NEW ICOS LIVE IS NEARLY HERE
We are getting closer and closer to the first release.
We are looking forward to working with our “Council of Elders” who will be doing the BETA testing from November 2020 onward until release in 2021!
You can find more information on pages 22-23 from the December 2020 Road Transport news article.