LogiNext’s field workforce optimization is machine learning-enabled planning engine which pulls in all the constraints such as preferred time slot visits, avoiding repeat visits, avoiding overlap or mirroring, and also to optimize the service time or time spent at each outlet
With effective schedules and permanent journey plans for the delivery and field agents, resource movement cost can be reduced while increasing overall resource utilization. Shorter distances traveled with lesser detention leads to higher number of deliveries fulfilled and visits accomplished.
We recently integrated with Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana, and Siri. Now, the manager can simply relax and instruct their personal assistant to fetch the information for them. Almost anyone can use the personal assistant without any hassle. It doesn’t matter if they are tech-savvy.
Case Study: How to Increase Sales Effectiveness by 25% in FMCG This is a story about effective field agent performance optimization and its resultant benefits. According to one of our major clients in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector, field sales effectiveness was something that they wanted to increase as soon as possible. […]
Fast Moving Consumer Goods companies across the world are building markets as they grow towards their ambitious targets. Some of these companies have high brand loyalty such as Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Mondelēz, P&G, Unilever, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and even Philip Morris. Healthy distribution network is the most critical factor in guiding your products reach their intended users.
Many industry experts have stated that their field workforce management leaves them with a lot to desire for. As we know the first step to effective field service management is getting the right person for the work. Once you have that, things should be a cakewalk, but it often isn’t. Why does this happen? And what can you do avoid that?
Pharmaceutical industry has a traditional field agent management network where trade channel management is the primary sales pipeline along with being the distribution funnel for the industry. Channel management is of primary importance in this sector, unlike other growing industries.
Internet-connected trackers use long-range networks or Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) to let companies track specific items throughout their delivery journeys by which estimated time of arrival for the shipment can be predicted.
A myriad of technology solutions have been built keeping this dilemma in mind, and organizations that have sensed the dire need for on field workforce management with real-time visibility, route optimization & auto scheduling, have taken to such solutions very well.
‘Industry Trends: Field Service Optimization’ is by far the most engaging piece of research I have come across in recent times. The concepts emphasized in the white paper have a little for everyone. The white paper answers some of the basic questions revolving around field service management.