Map your data
COur maps allow you to geographically understand your data, represent the spatial logic of your organization and get a broader comprehension of your business. If you have tables with population data, postal code, postal address or kilometric point, Cercalia will translate them into map locations. From now on, you will get incident maps, repair shops, office networks, clients, ATMs… All your data, fully mapped.
Understand your activity with geographic indicators
An indicator is both a numerical data and a graphic that represent a variable in a simplified form. It is useful to indicate the variable’s tendency and usually it takes form of a statistic measuring a variable during a certain period of time and location. The aim of using geographic indicators is to get a better knowledge of the situation on the ground and to make more agile projections.
Your data will be quickly interpreted thanks to our geographic indicators. They will graphically illustrate your activity, evolution and spatial patterns, and that will bring a much faster understanding of your business. And best of all, the geographic indicators update by themselves, thanks to Cercalia’s automatic connection with to databases.
Real time monitoring your vehicles
Fleet management systems collect real time data about a vehicle’s location and its behavior (speed, direction, driving style, time inactive … ) and they are an essential productivity tool to improve their logistic management and save costs. Usually, fleet management systems relay in GPS devices on board or in smartphone apps sending X-Y coordinates to the central office of the fleet management application.
Through Cercalia’s platform integrators, you can know in real time your vehicles location, save their historic positions and get reports of their journeys. Save costs and gain productivity by checking your vehicles’ activity in a given date, listing the kilometers driven and receiving automatic alarms when a vehicle moves away from the expected route.
Optimize logistic and sales routes
In the last few years, goods distribution has grown in complexity, coupled with factors such as the need to reduce production costs, a steady increase in transportation prices and even a more demanding relation between costumer and provider. Therefore, logistic management has become a key element in businesses strategy. In this scenario, the capacity of companies to optimize their distribution and transportation routes emerges as a key element for a successful logistic management.
Inefficiency means, for example, using fixed routes for your drivers when your weekly workload is variable. You can overcome this by optimizing your multiple stops, applying to the costumer’s scheduling conditions. In just a few minutes you will calculate the best routes for each vehicle, decrease transportation costs and increase the number of clients visited with the same number of drivers.