How going ‘paperless’ impacts the environment

How going ‘paperless’ impacts the environment

08 April 2019

Touchstar are a leading provider of Electronic Proof of Delivery (EPOD) systems which are purposefully designed to digitise the paper trail … but can we even begin to establish a clear argument for environmental impact? We think we can!  Read More >>

Four surprising benefits of EPOD

Four surprising benefits of EPOD

21 March 2019

There are many advantages to moving to an Electronic Proof of Delivery (EPOD) system from a manual one; improved accuracy, fewer failed deliveries and a less paperwork-cluttered working environment being some of the most obvious. But what about the EPOD business benefits that may not immediately spring to mind? This article outlines some of the more surprising ways that EPOD can refine your business’s operational performance.  Read More >>

Touchstar new EPOD solutions on display at CV Show

Touchstar new EPOD solutions on display at CV Show

15 March 2019

The 2019 CV Show will be the first time two divisions from within the Touchstar group are exhibiting at the same event, on a single stand (4G115). Visitors to the stand will be able to see the full range of new software and hardware solutions for paperless EPOD, job scheduling, tracking, route planning, safety inspection etc.  Read More >>

BREXIT and IT: To invest or not to invest?

BREXIT and IT: To invest or not to invest?

22 February 2019

According to respected market analysts Gartner, Global IT spending is set to increase despite Brexit, recession and tariff rumours. Gartner predicts global IT spending will reach $3.8 trillion in 2019, an increase of 3.2% from 2018. If the ‘gloom and doom’ predictions prove correct and Brexit helps to trigger another recessionary period, notably for the UK, why on earth would business organisations contemplate spending increases? This article explains why IT spending in a recessionary period can be critical to survival. Read More >>

Meeting the challenge of ‘last mile’ delivery

Meeting the challenge of ‘last mile’ delivery

15 February 2019

As those in the delivery business understand all too well, every consignment moves through a series of supply chain stages before reaching its final destination. Yet, from a customer’s point of view, the only part of the journey that they’re likely to be aware of is the ‘last mile’. This is the part of the delivery process in which the goods travel from a local depot to the safe hands of their new owner. Due to its focal point in consumer consciousness, last mile delivery is generally regarded as the most important phase of the entire operation, and rightly so.  Read More >>