Click on the map above to add a job!
Whilst this web browser game demonstrates the powerful route optimisation algorithm behind our intelligent scheduling platform, the above interface is not representative of the feature in Commusoft. In order to automate job planning, Commusoft needs to understand where every engineer is scheduled to be at any given time and process all of their possible routes to a job in a matter of seconds. It's a game-changer for field service businesses. This demo shows how the system works behind the scenes - calculating and recalculating schedules as new jobs are added. Please note, if you're viewing on mobile, you'll need to check out the game on a laptop or desktop.
5 engineers on the mapThis icon represents a Commusoft user and one of your engineers, ready to have jobs scheduled for them. We only have 5 here - but you could have hundreds!
Click the map to add jobsAdding a job will display a pin on the map. Commusoft's intelligent scheduling system will then calculate the best engineer to send. You'll quickly see how powerful the tool is.
Show driving routesYou'll see the routes between jobs as the crow flies - in a straight line. If you wish to see driving routes, click "Show route". To reset the map, simply click "Reset".
Route Optimisation Algorithm
Our intelligent scheduling software is underpinned by some seriously powerful tech that can analyse and interpret your diary to find more efficient schedules. With our route optimisation algorithm and cluster-computing framework, you can rest assured that office staff are supported by a smart system that enables streamlined engineer utilisation and scheduling.
Support your team
Give your team the best tools to make smart and informed scheduling decisions.
Analyse your diary
Our tech intelligently finds gaps in your schedule to fit in more jobs.
Highly efficient routing
The powerful software can calculate and optimise thousands of possible routes.
When adding an individual job, Commusoft can suggest an appointment with the best engineer and the most-efficient time slot automatically. The intelligent system analyses your team’s schedule to find the most suitable gap and presents several options ranked by efficiency. The software takes into consideration shift patterns, skill requirements, service windows, and any impact on existing appointments. You can review the suggested user, their route, travel distance, and estimated travel time before quickly scheduling the job.
Take the guess work out of scheduling - quickly know which time slot is most efficient.
Save countless hours
Office staff can free up time for other tasks, without reducing their efficiency.
Better organisation can result in more jobs each week, leading to increased revenue.
Mass scheduling allows you to intelligently route and plan tens or hundreds of jobs at once. The mass scheduling tool calculates the most logical and efficient route for all of the appointments, processing thousands of possible combinations. If your type of work allows for scheduling in bulk, this is one of the most powerful and effective ways to organise your team.
Schedule hundreds of jobs
With mass scheduling, you can plan out vast numbers of jobs for your team.
Commusoft needs to process thousands or potentially millions of calculations.
Grow your profits
Highly efficient bulk scheduling can result in significant profit-growth.
Client Story: 14% Revenue Increase
For Ace Energy Plumbing and Heating, intelligent scheduling has been one of the most important Commusoft features, as the Managing Director makes clear, “I love it – I think for us and for me, it’s one of the best features”.
Their team now use it 99% of the time when booking jobs into the calendar, resulting in is an extra job per engineer, per day. But just how much impact is intelligent scheduling having for Ace Energy Plumbing and Heating? They’ve done the maths:
“I can increase my revenue by 14% by the end of this year. And that’s huge – that’s massive. When you look at that in terms of monetary value, it’s a no brainer. That far outweighs the cost of putting Commusoft on our machines.”