Vancouver's Clevest Solutions today announced the availability of version 3.3 of its GPS-enabled Automatic Vehicle Location software solution. At the same time, Celvest was ranked number seven on Deloitte's 2011 Technology Fast 50.
“Clevest is singularly focused on meeting the field operations needs of utilities that are currently underserved by more generic workforce management software,” emphasized Lily Ligocki, Vice President of Product Marketing for Clevest Solutions. “It’s this focus that has driven us to go beyond the simple display of trucks on a map to provide the office and the field with the full context of the actual work that’s performed day-to-day. It’s this integration between our new AVL mapping abilities and our own workforce management solution that will help to set our Mobile Field Force platform even further apart from other products available to utilities.”
Designed specifically for the utility industry, the AVL solution geographically correlates GPS information about the location of mobile resources with a utility’s asset infrastructure, and integrates with Clevest’s mobile workforce management solution to support map-based work assignments. Utilities can install the solution within the enterprise or have it hosted by Clevest. The GPS-enabled AVL solution improves the safety and productivity of field resources, shortens the response time for outages, and controls fleet costs while reducing fuel consumption and emissions to support green fleet initiatives.
Clevest Solutions provides software for mobile workforce automation and smart grid deployment and post-deployment operations exclusively for electric, gas and water utilities.