- Analytics & Modeling - Real Time Analytics
- Functional Applications - Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
- National Security & Defense
- Human Resources
- Personnel Tracking & Monitoring
- Real-Time Location System (RTLS)
- System Integration
At Mitsuiwa, Customer Engineers (CE) respond to more than 1,000 customer requests every month. The manual dispatch process took an average of 30 minutes per case, resulting in frustration for CEs and longer response times for customers. Additionally, the national decrease in the working population made it difficult to hire more operators and maintenance personnel.
About The Customer
Mitsuiwa is a company that dispatches customer engineers to respond to incidents and computer breakdown requests. They faced challenges in efficiently matching personnel to customer requests and dealing with labor shortages.
Mitsuiwa utilized Vantiq to develop a Real-time Dispatch System that automates the dispatch process and resolves labor shortage issues. The system utilizes intelligent personnel assignment to automatically select the appropriate responder, confirm availability and schedule a time, and collect work completion reports. It also enables seamless collaboration between service personnel and the dispatch system through a mobile app.
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