Lexington, KY, September 02, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- PackageMapping.com revolutionizes the way we track parcel packages by combining the valuable tracking information we depend on in text form with a new graphical display using Google®’s Map feature. It is now possible to view your package graphically as it makes its way across the map. Not only is it fun and interesting to view, but it opens new possibilities for individuals and companies alike.
One of the most widely used advances in technology today is the ability to track parcel packages from around the world. With the use of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and laser bar code scanning, we are able to know the latest “when and where” of a package as it makes its way from its origin to its destination. Many of us are already familiar with the ability to track in text form from the shipping company’s web site or the web site where the purchase was made. Now a new and exciting way has arrived.
For the first time we can track our packages in a more visually interesting way. PackageMapping.com displays this information for you on a Google Map™. You can watch your packages travel across the map from its origin to its final destination. The indispensable tracking information we are used to and rely on is still available on the same PackageMapping.com web site, so you will never be without a clue as to the whereabouts of your package.
Currently, PackageMapping.com features the ability to track UPS®, United States Postal Service® (U.S.P.S.®), FedEx®, and DHL® tracking numbers. This new feature is available free to everyone by visiting http://www.PackageMapping.com. Registered users are given the ability to store up to 10 tracking numbers for quick and easy tracking with the click of a button.
For those familiar with RSS (short for RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary, an XML format for syndicating Web content), PackageMapping.com offers the ability to track the progress of your packages within your favorite RSS feed reader. You will be able to get up-to-date tracking information from wherever you are, whenever you need it, free of charge.
For commercial web sites, a small yearly subscription allows businesses to include PackageMapping.com’s features on their company’s web site. This will encourage customers to return to the company’s web site to see the latest movement of their package. Implementation takes only a few minutes and is accompanied by a helpful instruction manual.
For more details and the ability to track your packages graphically please visit http://www.PackageMapping.com.