HAMR is a basic optimized transport logistics application that aids the customers to book trucks and cars on a rental basis and allows movements of goods across one city in one click.
With HAMR, customers can easily transfer the shipment across a city by posting a request for load transfer with all specifications. Then this request is sent automatically to the nearest truck and car drivers. Whoever accepts the requests first, is allotted the deal.
Besides, once the booking is made, both the driver and the customer can track each other’s location in real-time. Payments are made once the HAMR driver is successfully delivered to a destination.
The main goal of the client was to provide an online platform where customers can connect to the closest drivers moving their bulk products or items.
Mobile Application Development, Digital Transformation, Web Application Development, Social Application Integration, Data Analytics
Swift, Android Studio, App Analytics, C#, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Our client felt that sparing time to find the truck and car drivers or the organization providing such service is quite tedious in today’s busy world. So, he wanted to develop a native Android and iOS interface that can connect online customers to the truck and card drivers.
The application to be built required to be consistent with the branding as well as the usability of the existing apps that HAMR had. So, they wanted us to include the followings in the development process:
Blue Whale Apps offered its consulting and application development services to the client to launch – HAMR, an innovative mobile application to make big-time changes in the industry by helping truck and car owners.
Here is the list of guidelines we planned to implement:
The HAMR application is successfully built with all the features and virtues demanded by the client. The app has been attracting the user’s attention since it was built. This is because of some of the amazing features of the app:
Overall, the popularity of the app has led to the remarkable achievements of the client in terms of fame as well as capital.