Graebel Companies Launches Industry's First Relocation APP
July 13, 2010
The Graebel Companies, Inc. has unveiled industry's first true mobile communications and reporting option, the Graebel Relocation APP.
The newly introduced APP offers Graebel clients' relocating employees equipped with an iPhone or an iPad tablet computer access to a variety of key relocation facts and status about their transfer from anywhere in the world.
This information includes expense reporting, immigration and temporary living details, destination data and household goods shipment status.
The Graebel Relocation APP can be downloaded for free from the Apple store to Graebel clients' transferees. For 24/7 access to data, a password-protected log-in to a secure Graebel portal is required.
According to Bill Graebel, ceo, 'For 60-years we have had one focus and that is to be the best relocation and moving provider worldwide. We never close our doors on customer service, because we leave nothing to chance to ensure that our customers will be pleased with our global mobility services. Launching our Graebel Relocation APP this week is one more example of how we constantly seek and invest in new and effective ways to serve customers. For customers preferring mobile access they will find that the Graebel Relocation APP offers easy-to-access to their information and with little effort.'
'Our privately-held company is recognized for being nimble and innovative in the relocation industry. Although the global economy has negatively affected our industry in recent years, our flexibility coupled with our strong balance sheet affords us the ability to re-invest in our people, facilities and equipment and technology advancements. This is why Graebel was able to deploy this alternative communication option after testing within a very small period of time,' Graebel, concluded.
In related news, 'HRO Today' has distinguished Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide, Inc. with first-place in its annual full-service relocation Baker's Dozen survey.
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Edited by Alice Straight