When was the last time that you drove anywhere in a straight line? Probably never. And even if you did attempt this, you will have found that obstacles got in your way – such as rivers, railways, hills, mountains, and buildings – all meaning that you had to follow the route around these and not take the direct approach.
You will have found that the time it took you to travel to your destination was far longer that you’d have expected by driving in a straight-line, and you may even arrive late. It’s illogical to plan your routes that way and you wouldn’t expect your service business to operate in the same manner. But surprisingly many service organizations ignore street-level routing, or SLR, and make costly mistakes in planning travel times.
Accurate and reliable appointment windows and arrival times to customers by calculating travel using the actual route
Optimized routes, every time, taking into account the posted speed limits, one-way streets, buildings, and geographic obstacles
A reduction in the number of failed jobs by not running out of time - this is a common issue when using simple aerial distances or average travel times between postal or zip codes – the customers at the end of the day suffer missed service
Real-time traffic information that is incorporated into your real-time optimization processes giving even more accuracy by diverting resources onto clearer and quicker routes
Notification to the service resource of their intended route
SLR creates much better routes and schedules than any other method.
Our goal is to help your business intelligence and workforce analytics solution succeed and allow you to gain the full value of your software over the complete lifecycle of your solution. Working in a partnership mode, we will optimize and drive the value of your performance measurement software higher with professionals that can help you through implementation, training, consulting and support.
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