FutureDial Incorporated has announced its robotics and automation software solutions have been used by customers in the mobile supply chain to data clear, functionally test and grade a cumulative total of over 231.4 million pre-owned Android smartphones and iPhones worldwide, for resale on secondary markets.
Additionally, the total number of functional tests using FutureDial software and robotics for quality assurance performed on preowned iPhones and Android smartphones exceeded 400 Million tests.
In Q4 2021 alone, FutureDial reported that processing volume with customers increased over 50 per cent, according to a statement.
“Surpassing 231 million mobile phones processed by our robotics and software solutions indicates the explosive growth we are seeing with customers as they embrace, implement and scale process automation,” said FutureDial’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Frank Harbist.
“Our process-automation approach and lifecycle orientation empower clients to achieve consistent, accurate and certifiable testing and resale price grading of millions of preowned phones, thereby achieving their business goals.”
In the growing reverse logistics market in the mobile supply chain, FutureDial is a leading provider-of-choice for automated processing solutions for preowned mobile phones, as well as for data management systems for those phone processing operations.
As the market grows, mobile device reverse logistics operators and wireless carriers are challenged to keep up with processing the multi-millions of phone models which are traded-in or returned each year.
Solutions provided by FutureDial range from single station implementations to total integrated solutions which automate and streamline the touchpoints and workflows all the way through the mobile device processing lines at customer sites.
Automating these processes in the processing centres results in significant cost savings for the companies, which enables them to make more money on each phone they resell.
More details at http://www.futuredial.com.