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Stockpile Reports Partners with Apple, Giving Away Free Apple iPhone 7’s and Free DJI Phantom 4 Pro’s


Stockpile Reports, an enterprise inventory management system for companies who deal with aggregates and materials, today announced a partnership with Apple, debuting their Inventory Management Starter Pack. This starter pack costs $3,750 a quarter, and consists of a phone/drone license to the Stockpile Reports service. Additionally they are throwing in a free DJI Phantom 4 Pro and free Apple iPhone 7. Customers use the drone to measure stockpiles from the air and the iPhone to measure piles from the ground.

“The processing power and camera quality on the iPhone 7 make it an ideal stockpile measuring device,” says David Boardman, CEO of Stockpile Reports. “For the purposes of inventory management, the image capture discussion is drawing to a close—the obvious winner being Apple and DJI. The specs and the cost are almost a non-issue, freeing people to focus on solving real business problems. That’s why we’re offering this amazing starter pack with the free Drone and free iPhone.”

When asked ‘what makes the Stockpile Reports service unique?’, Boardman boasted, “We’re the only solution in the market that gives you the ability to measure stockpiles both from the air and ground, earning 3 patents in the process. We put this offer together to give companies the ability to get up and running with everything they need to be successful managing their inventory. Our solution is purely focussed on automating the inventory process: measuring, review, dispute resolution, approval, and submitting to finance and audit.”

This offer will launch December 1st and be available to aggregate and construction companies in the US via the website.

Stockpile Reports is based in Redmond, WA and has offices in Oregon, Texas, Georgia, and North Carolina. It is used by hundreds of companies at nearly 3,000 locations in 23 countries around the world.

For inquiries, contact us at: or +1 (425) 285-4303

Tony Jacobson
Stockpile Reports
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