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When choosing a connected operations solution for your business, there are things you should consider before making a purchase. With so many vendors to pick from, it can be a bit daunting to do the research and select the right provider.
But finding a provider able to configure a solution to your needs is essential, whether you’re in construction, utilities, food & beverage, or agriculture, or another industry that relies heavily on connected operations.
Choosing a solution with the following features will benefit your business:
360-Degree Connectivity: Operations intelligence delivered in real-time within a single platform reduces issues that stem from disparate systems and data sets. Your business will gain process transparency and efficiency across departments to meet performance initiatives. As a result, communication delays will no longer be an issue, and the answers to questions are at your fingertips.
API Functionality: An API that connects disparate enterprise data systems will give your team a 360-degree visibility advantage. A cloud-based, scalable SaaS platform that has a tech-agnostic API solution will work with existing systems. As a result, fleet operations and management sync with all relevant administrative and back-office systems, so your day-to-day operations run smoothly.
Continuous Process Efficiency: Digitizing manual tasks eliminates costly and time-consuming processes with automated communications. Processes that can benefit include pre-and post-use inspections, electronic logging devices (ELDs), route optimization, and scheduled maintenance, which work together to reduce delays and bottlenecks. Unified processes equate to measurable increases in productivity and profits.
Integrated Connected Operations Data: A unified vehicle and asset operations platform gives leaders the metrics critical to effectively manage all aspects of their operations, uncover opportunities, and draw deeper insights to inform decision making. A SaaS platform offers tech-agnostic APIs and eliminates technology stack redundancies to unveil company-wide data visibility, increasing the ROI of your mobile operations and workforce. CIOs and CTOs aim to reduce tech systems and spend using a single, unified platform.
Customer-Centric Service: When you’re making a business-driving tech investment, you want to feel like you matter. You want to feel comfortable reaching out with questions when you are onboarding and long after. Working with a provider who is a partner, you can trust will help you meet your business needs. The choice is ultimately yours.