Glendale Moving Company, 24-7 Van Lines, to Add Online and Electronic Services

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Glendale, CA (PRWEB) July 02, 2014 24-7 Van Lines is working to reduce the environmental impact of both themselves and the clients which they serve. A report has been filed with company executives and involves multiple steps that will take place on a rolling basis over the next few months. The first step in this process involves cutting paper out of the moving process completely, and replacing it with electronic data. In addition, the company is increasing the level of automation in order to increase its efficiency at the same time. Among the business processes that will be most affected by the new transition are invoice and billing, real-time location updates, inventory logs, and incident claims. Clients will be granted a user name for the company website, and will be able to access most of the new information there. Photographed inventory logs will be placed online and in the company cloud. This change allows the company to handle incident reports in an entirely new way. Customers will now be able to access the website, locate inventory photographs, and file incident reports and damage claims by connecting them directly to the damaged or missing item via their photograph. Real-time location updates will be sent directly to client administrators who were previously given access according to the client in question via direct email. When passing across state lines or through various previously agreed upon checkpoints, the internal GPS paired with moving truck computer processors will automatically log the location and send the update as requested. Clients can also choose to receive these updates at different intervals. Other options are also available online. The Glendale moving company has already made some of these changes. A company spokesperson for 24-7 Van Lines clarified some of the details regarding the transition: "The company has been increasing paperless activities for several years, but the transition is complete. More than anything, the change is environmentally and fiscally friendly, and clients have voiced a lot of support because it's easier to keep track of electronic information than it is to organize paper files." The Glendale moving company expects an extremely positive reaction from clients, employees, and environmental activists. Additional information will be placed on the company website as it becomes available: http://247vanlines.com/. 24-7 Van Lines are routinely involved in community service groups around the company that aim to support and reduce environmental impact by large companies. Press Contact Mark Tanning 24-7 Van Lines (877) 549-2077 Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb11993858.htm

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