Southeastern Freight Lines says customers will be able to access on-the-go shipping information via smartphones and tablets on its new mobile website. The company said it received nearly 3,000 tracking inquiries in the first 10 days after the site's launch.
Published Aug. 21, 2012
The website also gives Southeastern employees the ability to quickly check routing information and respond to customer questions.
"We tailored the mobile website for the most popular website services for the limited amount of space on smartphones,” said Braxton Vick, senior vice president of corporate planning and development.
Adoption of the system has been rapid, the company said, as Southeastern received nearly 3,000 tracking inquiries in the first 10 days after the site's launch.