2011 July මස 06 වැනිදා Wednesday
May Gurney connects with 360 Scheduling
360 Scheduling, an IFS company and provider of mobile workforce scheduling software, has announced that May Gurney, a leading provider of essential support services, has selected the 360 Scheduling tools to optimise and support the company’s drive to enhance service delivery, quality and reliability in real-time.
May Gurney has chosen 360’s Dynamic Scheduling Engine to enhance its successful technology platform MGConnect™. The 360 Scheduling applications will enable May Gurney to increase productivity and reduce costs. The contract includes licences covering software components for real-time route scheduling, shift planning, appointment booking; performance analysis and resource management.
Ian Cox, IS Director, May Gurney commented, “We selected the 360 Scheduling software because it is best suited to help meet our overall objectives to deliver smarter essential services. The 360 software will help streamline the way we manage our mobile workers through improved scheduling and a real-time view of job progress which in turn will cut our fleet emissions and improve the levels of service we provide to our clients.
He added, “As a market leader in field workforce management, 360 Scheduling will contribute to May Gurney’s vision to be the best in class support services organisation.”
Laurent Othacéhé, CEO, 360 Scheduling noted “We are very pleased to welcome May Gurney to our growing list of customers in the support services market”; adding “Our ‘always optimising’ approach ensures that work schedules are continuously tuned and this perfectly suits dynamic working environments, like May Gurney.”
About May Gurney
May Gurney is a support services company delivering essential front-line maintenance and enhancement services in the following sectors: environmental services; highway services; facility services; utility services; rail services and waterway services. These essential maintenance services are based on long-term contracts with more than 95% of May Gurney’s business provided for public sector and regulated sector clients in the UK.May Gurney delivers services that are used by 24 million people every day
More information on May Gurney is available at www.MAYGURNEY.CO.UK
About 360 Scheduling
360 Scheduling has its roots in complex numerical analysis and has long been linked with Nottingham University. In the 1990s the company’s founders developed a sophisticated mapping and scheduling solution for use by the Emergency Services. The system helped the Emergency services make efficient use of their resources and helped them to meet legal SLAs measured in minutes. Allowing the Emergency services to wait in strategic locations rather than waiting at their stations.
The 360 system was founded in 2002 to take its world-leading scheduling expertise into a new software environment focusing on field service. The adoption of the most modern technology that embraces the Web revolution has meant that any company with a mobile workforce, whatever its size, can now benefit from 360’s best in class scheduling solutions. Since that time 360 has been working with field service organisations to help them schedule effectively and optimise their resources to meet an ever-widening spectrum of SLAs.
Today the team at 360 continues to include top mathematicians, scheduling experts and field service specialists based at Chilwell on the outskirts of Nottingham.
More information on 360 Scheduling is available at www.360SCHEDULING.com
IFS is a public company (OMX STO: IFS) founded in 1983 that develops, supplies, and implements IFS Applications™, a component-based extended ERP suite built on SOA technology. IFS focuses on agile businesses where any of four core processes are strategic: Service & asset management, manufacturing, supply chain and projects. The company has 2,000 customers and is present in more than 50 countries with 2,700 employees in total. Net revenue in 2010 was SKr 2.6 billion.
More information on IFS is available at www.IFSWORLD.com