Maximize service technician resources with optimized route schedules for service appointments considering travel and lunch breaks.
Acumatica for WorkWave Route Optimization Native Connector is easy to configure. Optimize schedules for individual service technicians, groups of technicians, or all technicians with a simple mouse-click and user-defined lunch break times. Optimization algorithms give priority to confirmed appointments. Unconfirmed appointments are scheduled against available service resources based on their availability, scheduled workload, and geographic location.
Route optimization reorganizes appointments and adjusts start and end times for the best possible schedule based on travel times, locations, and resource availability.
Eliminate manual scheduling with advanced algorithms to optimize service appointment schedules.
Get more from valuable service resources with optimized schedules and reduce wear-and-tear on fleet assets by minimizing drive time.
Optimize route schedules for a single technician, a group of selected technicians, or all technicians. Appointments may be reorganized and start and end times adjusted for optimal scheduling.
Route optimization considers travel times from the service technician’s home office based on their associated branch location to the first job site location and travel time to the following assigned service appointment location.
Set the maximum time permitted for lunch breaks and a timeframe for allowable lunch breaks during the day to ensure optimal resource scheduling.
The route optimization algorithm prioritizes confirmed appointments before unconfirmed appointments.
Unconfirmed appointments are scheduled against available service technicians based on availability, scheduled workload, and geographic location.
Notifications are provided to users when appointments cannot be optimized or when addresses for service appointments cannot be validated.
Route optimization considers defined employee work schedules.
Configure route optimization on a single screen in minutes.