Aeromark has announced Optimatics, a powerful new technology platform that has been specifically designed for companies with field based staff and which takes Telematics to the next level.
Based on a simple to deploy ASP model and with an intelligent interrogation engine at its core, Optimatics combines complex data feeds from Aeromarks Telematics systems with its own and third party workflow, field service and job scheduling solutions to deliver previously unattainable intelligent data. An integral component of the Optimatics technology is Aeromarks new Smartdash graphical user interface reporting tool. Smartdash enables organisations to quickly and easily view this new data, providing improved visibility of the activity of its mobile workforce allowing them to identify ways to reduce operating costs, optimise productivity and increase customer service levels.
Whilst traditional Telematics solutions are typically generating return on investment (ROI) of over 200%, Optimatics will allow organisations to more than double this. One of our customers has already achieved savings of 300 per employee per month, over and above the cost of deployment of Aeromarks Optimatics technology, said Roger Marks (pictured), MD of Aeromark.
Using advanced geospatial algorithms, Optimatics now allows Aeromarks customers to derive highly accurate information on what actually happened in the field and reconcile this instantly via Smartdash with what was planned. Aeromark has also resolved the historical reporting issues of traditional field service systems rarely delivering a complete picture, as its Optimatics technology reports on up to 99.5% of all jobs undertaken because of its ability to match and interrogate multiple data sources.
Customers who deploy Smartdash with Aeromarks Optimatics technology are able to drill into masses of real time information such as what time a vehicle left for its destination, what time it arrived, how long it stayed, what action was taken, how much fuel was consumed, how many appointments were made and the number of mobile voice calls the driver made on the move. All of this information can now be presented with unprecedented simplicity and speed in a graphical format that can be understood at a glance. Our customers can view service level performance across the workforce for a year and then drill right down to an individuals performance for a day, in just two clicks, explained Marks.
Smartdash enables management to analyse and monitor key performance indicators, service levels, costs and even carbon emissions without the need to tie up huge levels of resources, time and investment in bespoke software or complex spreadsheets that would otherwise be necessary to produce accurate analysis of all the different data sources, concluded Marks.
Aeromark has been at the forefront of Telematics and Mobile Workforce technology innovation since 1990 and has developed a range of solutions that are aimed at delivering 100% availability. ISO accredited, Aeromark warranties all its solutions for life.
Aeromark has now developed Optimatics, a powerful new technology platform specifically designed for companies with field-based staff, which takes Telematics to the next level. Based on a simple ASP model with an intelligent interrogation engine at its core, Optimatics combines complex data feeds from Aeromarks Telematics systems with its own and other third party solutions to deliver previously unattainable intelligent data. Access to this new data helps organisations to reduce operating costs, optimise productivity and increase customer service levels.
Aeromark owns, has developed and built the entire Optimatics solution, from the hardware, through the middleware and data routing platforms, all the way to the user-friendly web interface. Aeromark also offers end-to-end support to its customers.
Aeromarks technology, service levels and systems availability are acknowledged as being the highest in the industry such that they are the only systems to gain the status of a Branded Solution for Orange and the Preferred Telematics Partner for Vodafone.