Archive | April, 2018

EarthSense Releases MappAir Nationwide Air Pollution Map Including PM2.5

  Leicester, April 26, 2018 – MappAir – the first ever high resolution nationwide map of air pollution – has been updated to include PM2.5 small atmospheric particles that can get into the lungs causing serious health problems. Created by EarthSense, the air quality monitoring, measuring and modelling specialist, MappAir 2.0 now includes PM2.5 as […]

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Maxoptra Launches Next Generation Customer Service, Delivery Management & Route Planning Software

  London, 25 April 2018 – Maxoptra has released a new version of its cloud-based software that provides an all-in-one solution for customer service, delivery management and route planning for distribution fleets. Complete with a redesigned user interface for use across multiple devices, Maxoptra version 5.0 also includes a host of new functionality designed to enhance […]

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Bobst Boosts Customer Service and Safety with Mobile Apps from BigChange 

LEEDS, 11 April 2018 – Bobst, the global packaging equipment and services company, has introduced the latest mobile workforce management technology from BigChange to improve its customer service offer.  The app-based system has eliminated traditional paper timesheets and Bobst Technicians and product specialists now manage all work activities and travelling time on their smartphones. The […]

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FM Conway transforms fleet and asset maintenance management with Freeway 

  London, 11 April, 2018 – Leading infrastructure services company FM Conway has implemented an advanced computerised maintenance management system from Freeway Fleet Systems.  The system is providing full visibility on the condition of the company’s assets and supports safer, more efficient working for staff. Deployed to manage 8,500 assets, including a fleet of 1,100 […]

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Bedford Borough Council Boosts Transport Efficiency with QRoutes 

  Bristol, 10 April 2018 – Bedford Borough Council has employed the latest computer software from QRoutes to optimise the council’s transport services.  Transformation of Bedford’s schools from a three-tier to a two-tier structure, policy changes meant that the council’s home to school transport network had to be reorganised. QRoutes route planning software was used to assess […]

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Sharps Bedrooms Achieves Cost Savings, Efficiency Gains and Service Improvements with Maxoptra

  London, 09 April 2018 – Since introducing a new technology to automate the routing and scheduling of its delivery fleet, Sharps Bedrooms has realised around 600 man hour savings and significantly reduced the need for third party transport contractors, saving £12,000 a year. The cloud based Maxoptra software, which is used by a centralised […]

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