High-flyer

Scope performs 35,000 feet above ground without turbulence

High-flyer

by Mark Ketcham
February 10, 2017 / Product

As you know, Scope works from the cloud, but did you know Scope works flawlessly even above the clouds? This is the full story:

A Scope user on his way from Europe to the USA connected his Laptop to the aircraft’s WiFi 35,000 feet above ground to check his Scope operations in-flight. He had to share bandwidth with a plane-load of passengers, and so he was dubious this was going to work since many of his fellow flyers were already on their devices and online.

Maybe Scope would not even connect or if it did performance would be unstable, they were after all speeding along at over 500 m.p.h. To his great surprise and joy, it worked. Scope performed perfectly, no different to sitting in his office on the ground. He could check his operations and even execute tasks.

“Scope not only gives wings to my operations”, he reported later on with a wink to us, “it’s a high-flyer in the truest sense of the word.”

So what does this mean for you as a freight forwarder? Get Scope. If you haven’t got it yet, it’s high time.

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