HAMR is an optimized transport logistics mobile application that helps businesses book large truck and car deliveries with just a few clicks.
HAMR allows users to browse pickup and delivery prices for vehicles of all sizes, including tractor trailers, and make a request to hire them. When a request is made, HAMR automatically connects the user with the driver, so it’s easy to work out any details before the task is started. Once the driver accepts, the trip is scheduled in the app, and both the driver and customer can track each other’s location in real-time. Payments are made after the trip is completed at the trip destination.
HAMR was developed to support an online logistics services platform. It needed an automated way to conveniently provide logistic scheduling services 24/7.
Mobile Application Development, Digital Transformation, Web Application Development, Social Application Integration, Data Analytics
Swift, Android Studio, App Analytics, C#, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
In today’s technology-oriented and rapidly growing world, the need for online services is increasing day-by-day. Witnessing the increasing importance of smartphones and technology in our life, a client from the USA approached Blue Whale Apps to develop a native Android and iOS interface that connect online customers to the truck and car drivers.
The client’s purpose was to provide an online platform where customers can connect to the closest drivers helping move their goods or simply booking a cab for intercity rides. The application required to be consistent with the branding as well as the usability of the existing apps that HAMR had.
After a series of consultations and brainstorming sessions, our application development team built HAMR, a first of its kind mobile application to help truck and car owners make big-time changes in the delivery industry. Some highlights are listed below:
The HAMR application was successfully built to include all the features requested by our client. Reactions from users have been positive and active user counts have increased rapidly in a short timespan. Additional benchmarks are listed below: