Improve the way you manage and create your territories, by using spatial mapping to make more informed decisions.
Calculate territory structure based on workload then assign resources based on capacity, location and skill set to make your field operations as efficient as possible - typically resulting in a 20% reduction in resource costs or increase in capacity.
Quantify total visit time based on duration and frequency and calculate travel times based on distance to your resources and visit density.
Review and optimise your existing territory structure to ensure workload or opportunity is balanced appropriately amongst your field team.
Match the working time of your resources to targeted, achievable field work, or balance territories based on other key values within your data.
Create ‘green field’ views of your network based on maximum efficiency and run various scenarios to manage change effectively over time.
Identify the ideal locations to base your field resources based on the geographic distribution of their work.
Remove gaps and overlaps between resources to increase the efficiency of your operation. Reduced travel time within each territory ensures more time is spent working and less time driving.
Ensure you have the optimum coverage to maximise service levels and maintain operational efficiency.
Assign the right resources to the right jobs, in the right place, at the right time. Prioritise visit frequency and duration based on potential and cost to serve.