- Lost or stolen seal tracking – If a client’s seal goes missing and then ends up being scanned, the client receives immediate notification of who / where / when their missing seal was scanned.
- Monitoring replacement seals – We currently have a Mega App client called Transdev who sends one-time-use plastic bags (with a barcode printed on them) to different Transdev ports. Inside each plastic bag are electronic items that require processing plus a return plastic bag. In this situation, the Head Office scans the first bag going out, then the bag gets scanned again when it arrives at the port. The electronic items are processed then repacked in the 2nd bag, scanned out, and then couriered back to the head office where the 2nd bag is scanned again indicating it has arrived home. When they scan the 2nd bag, however, they also type in the “Replaced Seal Number” the 1st bags’ field number. This means that on the client web page, the dropbox of the scanned activity will show both bags’ movements.
- No cell coverage – When in cell coverage, a scanned seal history report will automatically be forwarded to the company’s application administrator. The success that everything was sent ok is verified by the Green Light. When outside of cell coverage, a red light appears indicating that when back in cell coverage, the user needs to sync the application by pressing the bottom right icon.