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NAVMAN LAUNCHES NEW FLEET MANAGEMENT SOLUTION

23-10-2014
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Navman Wireless, a global leader in GPS fleet management, has launched a new cloud based service tool to help businesses tap into big data and improve efficiency.

Adaptive Intelligence has been designed specifically with enterprise fleet management and operations in mind.

It can help organisations manage and measure fleet expenditure, with an enhanced ability to leverage their own data for KPI based decision-making and insights into future trends.

Further, every Adaptive Intelligence implementation is customised with a customer’s specific KPI’s, data integration requirements and unique needs.

Adaptive Intelligence is a cloud-based business-intelligence-as-a-service tool that includes a wider set of data than any other analysis solutions enabling businesses to easily analyse and act upon location-based fleet data and ensure fleets are operating efficiently, productively and safely.

“Traditional business intelligence solutions now have a way to capture data from the ‘plant and people’ part of the equation,” explains Matt Minor, Director Business Intelligence at Navman Wireless. “Adaptive Intelligence enables the enterprise to further drill-down on data and draw informative insights by adapting to an organisations’ customisable needs and software solutions already in place.

Many organisations struggle to measure fleet expenditure and efficiency, especially when it comes to fuel consumption and idling.

However, with Adaptive Intelligence and the integration of Navman Wireless location-based information they’re able to rigorously identify parts of the business with the greatest expense and the most opportunity, and use this information for strategic improvement.” 



Navman Wireless’ Adaptive Intelligence solution has a built-in reporting suite with over 30 different reporting options and multiple dashboard views.

The unique customisable solution integrates easily within other systems and software, allowing businesses to capture data and process the information into the platform.

With this capability, managers at all levels of the organisation will be able to gain extra visibility into their fleet operations and gather the intelligence required to improve competency and capability across their businesses that rely on field force operation. 

With the advanced geo-spatial options in Adaptive Intelligence, managers will now have the capability to assess data in a wider context and bring a different dimension to the management of their fleet.

Adaptive Intelligence also enables managers to set pre-supplied and customisable business rules based on inputs from their customers.

With multiple dashboards managers can ensure each customer’s needs are met. “Companies want to review and analyse KPIs to ensure continuous improvement. With KPIs embedded throughout the platform, Adaptive Intelligence does the hard work and allows enterprise businesses to quickly identify the critical few issues they need to address and implement policies to keep KPIs on track to meet their set targets,” explains Minor.

“For most enterprise organisations, their fleet is the third biggest cost to the business - behind wages and rent,” said Minor.

“The ability to analyse current trends creates the added ability to predict future trends and adapt their employee’s behaviours. The Navman Wireless Adaptive Intelligence solution also gives companies the opportunity to act on collected data to ensure continuous improvement to the bottom line for a fraction of the cost of traditional business intelligence systems.”

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