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Boost business with Adaptive Intelligence, says Navman Wireless

17 Oct 2014

Navman Wireless has announced the launch of Adaptive Intelligence, which is said to help businesses tap into big data and make smarter decisions.

Navman Wireless is a global leader in GPS-based fleet optimisation products and services. Adaptive Intelligence is Navman’s new cloud based business intelligence that is designed to be used as a service tool.

Integrating within other systems and software, Adaptive Intelligence allows businesses to capture data and process the information. This means managers will be able to see relevant information about their fleet operations and more, no matter their level in the organisation. With this information, they will be able to improve competency and capability throughout their business.

“Traditional business intelligence solutions struggle to capture data from ‘plant and people’ – Adaptive Intelligence fills this gap,” says Minor. “Adaptive Intelligence has been designed specifically with enterprise fleet management and operations in mind, and every implementation is customised with a customer’s specific KPI’s, data integration requirements and unique needs. It enables enterprises to further drill-down on data and draw informative insights by adapting to an organisation’s customisable needs and software solutions already in place,” Minor says.

It will help businesses measure and manage fleet expenditure and will also enable businesses to leverage their own data for KPI (Key Performance Indicator) based decision making and give insights into future trends.

“The ability to analyse current trends creates the added ability to predict future trends and adapt their employees’ behaviours,” says Matt Minor, director business intelligence at Navman Wireless.

Geo-spatial options assess data from a wider context and bring a new dimension when it comes to fleet management.

Designed to be easy to use, it has a built in reporting suite with more than 30 different reporting options, and users have multiple dashboard views so they can see fuel usage, driver activity or hours of service.

The multiple dashboards also makes it easier for managers to meet set targets and ensure customer’s needs are met.

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