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NetCourier & what3words

What3words have been in the news recently, as the technology was used by emergency services in remote rural Somerset to rescue a mother and daughter after a car crash. But did you know that this alternative to regular addresses is also available in NetCourier? We have been partners with the award-winning company since 2017, when…

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New NetCourier V7.9

Release Update for NetCourier 7.9 The team at Metafour are proud to introduce the host of new features as part of new NetCourier version 7.9. This release has seen some fantastic improvements in security, integrations and design.   Security: Cyber Essentials Metafour can now confirm that we have passed the Cyber Essentials assessment. Cyber Essentials…

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Introducing Version 7.8

New NetCourier API Our new API gives NetCourier users the flexibility to create their own bespoke applications which can interact with the core NetCourier order management platform. If also means that collaboration between NetCourier and existing internal systems now becomes easier. Connect to the complete shipping solution using the NetCourier API. Connect your own systems…

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What3words comes to NetCourier!

Are your collections taking longer than you expect? Could you cut delivery times by 30%? What3words is now available on NetCourier, the innovative solution assigns every 3m x3m square in the world a 3 word address, this can then be used by delivery drivers to know the exact entrance to a delivery location saving time and…

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Will universal postcodes simplify delivery?

Will universal postcodes simplify delivery? According to techcrunch.com, “London-based addressing platform startup, what3words, which has created a universal postcode/zip code alternative aimed at simplifying location sharing, has taken in new funding led by logistics company Aramex”. Presently, countries do not share a common postcode/zipcode format, making it more difficult for developers of logistics and courier software to apply common rules…