Mobilizing the Last Mile: BYOD or COPE? [Infographic]
When it comes to the last mile, mobility is more important than ever before. Post, Parcel and Express businesses are switching to mobile solutions using smart devices for added flexibility, scalability and cost savings. This is critical for tackling seasonal and unpredictable demand peaks.
But to optimize the outcomes you need to determine the device strategy, tailored to your specific company and employees needs and profile. So what are some of your options?
In this infographic, we define BYOD and COPE and explore the contrasting advantages to help you determine where the different strategies, or even a hybrid blend, could help you mobilize the last mile.
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BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) and COPE (corporate-owned personally-enabled) strategies are highly cost-effective ways to quickly scale-up workforce numbers by using delivery apps with added value services such as parcel tracking software on personal smartphones, with little training needed. Learn more here.
Along with COBO (corporate-owned, business-only) – a more traditional, well understood model where the business owns the devices and personal use is not approved – these are the three main deployment models. But there is no one size fits-all approach.
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