Transportation Data Analysis Solutions

Drive efficiencies and revenue with self-service capabilities that drive actionable business insights.

Be on top of your transportation analytics

Big data analytics has the power to transform businesses. The leaders in this transformation gain a competitive advantage, grow revenues, reduce operating costs, and manage risks by using analytics to unleash the business value trapped within their data assets. However, others keen in joining the leaders face challenges surrounding strategy, business and IT collaboration, technology choices, process maturity, delivery experience, and expertise.

FLEET ANALYTICS

Fleet Analytics functions with internal data. In the transportation industry, it is important to have improved data quality and enhance content with best-embedded business expertise. There also needs to be the availability to have market centric segmentation of assets, age estimates, etc.

SAFETY ANALYTICS

Your data is sourced from in-cab solutions. You can now sensor data for detecting, monitoring and analyzing driver behavior including speeding, sudden breaking, route deviation and breaking patterns. You can finally score and rank your drivers and know how safe your operations are.

RELIABILITY ANALYTICS

You can now have anomalous vehicle detection to see specific information about each of your vehicles. View data of multiple assets at once such as your repair shops, technicians and vehicles for a more appropriate analysis of your repair data.  At the same time you can have an association and sequence analysis to figure out what factors are connected to each other. Understand the descriptive statistics of your repair data to the fullest degree and know your reliability analytics using the Mean Cumulative Function (MCF).

SHIPMENT ANALYTICS

Shipment Analytics also uses your internal data. Similar to fleet analytics, data quality and enhanced content needs to be with embedded business expertise to make data easier to sift through. Market-centric segmentation of assets, commodities, etc. are also needed but in terms of your shipments and logistics involved.

Analyze your transportation data

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Sales & Marketing

  • Claims data
  • Process management
  • Enterprise planning data
  • Quality and safety data
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Operations

  • Claims data
  • Process management
  • Enterprise planning data
  • Quality and safety data

Finance

  • Claims data
  • Litigation/Malpractice
  • Activity-based costing
  • Billing
  • Facility utilization
  • Profitability

Risk

  • Claims data
  • Litigation/Malpractice
  • Activity-based costing
  • Billing
  • Facility utilization
  • Profitability