With the launch of our winter release, the 1-2-3 architecture has been introduced to handle an e-CMR from someone else. Vrumona is the first to use this new feature. They have developed their own app for domestic transport. This app is used in retail and out of home.
In the retail scenario, the consignment note is signed by the driver in Bunnik. This is done within the Vrumona app.
Retailers can now securely sign this domestic consignment note with an advanced signature on goods receipt via Collect + Go.
This advanced signature is then shared with Vrumona, thus completing the consignment note.
With this technological innovation it is now possible to handle a digital consignment note from someone else. With this innovation, Collect + Go is the first to be able to put 1, 2 or 3 signatures on a digital consignment note.
Work is currently being done on scenarios that make it possible to apply this interoperability with other e-CMR providers, so that this process can also be applied in cross border transport.