Building managers need a smart parcel box
When a parcel arrives for an absent resident, it becomes the responsibility of the building manager or concierge, even when a parcel is left in the building entry because the building manager is not available. The problem? Parcel labels include names, telephone numbers, addresses and even content descriptions—information building managers are required to kept from prying eyes. Of course, building managers also need to ensure parcels are not stolen, lost or accidentally collected by the wrong residents.
Automatically meets legal requirements
And that is why automated parcel management was created. It follows the requirements of the UK Data Protection Act to the letter, runs automatically and even sends out reminders to ensure parcels are collected and capacity is optimised. There is no need for physical intervention from the building manager. Instead, building managers benefit from less stress, lower costs and having the extra time needed for performing other tasks or managing multiple buildings.