The aim is to create a sustainable environment, reduce bushfires and manage overgrown trees. We would need to trim and chop trees and bushes regularly, along with ad-hoc requests or defects. This requirement comprises asset management (poles, cables, bay), geospatial network landscape, vegetation work management involving workforce, payments, reporting and analysis.
Currently, the industry is having difficulty maintaining the various systems involved and managing the data to cater to business needs, resulting in point-to-point, inefficient, unreliable, non-standard and non-compliant clusters of integrations.
API-led connectivity provides the latest technology for delivering sustainable efficiency and operational, financial and data management with reporting and analysis capabilities. It enables crucial support for identifying, recording, managing, and measuring all vegetation maintenance outcomes, including the financial and non-financial benefits contained in the End 2 End Vegetation Initiative corporate programs.
These are consumed by mobile apps and Field Web Portals, which field workers use to review the physical assets, review the tasks assigned, cycle work, update the status of the work and request for payments once work is completed.
Transformations involving work order, asset updates, geospatial information, task updates/completion, payment/Invoicing, reporting and analytics data.
Asset management system, geospatial information system, ERP, payment portals, reporting and analytical tools.
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