NOMAD is a fully-integrated solution for managing,
scheduling and communicating with your mobile workers.
Using Microsoft Windows mobile devices, your mobile
team have all the information they need at their fingertips
allowing them to focus on completing jobs effectively to drive your
NOMAD creates a paperless working environment where
jobs are managed and scheduled electronically from the NOMAD
website or back-office system.
Jobs are dispatched wirelessly in real-time to mobile
devices. Your team can view their schedule, view service histories,
capture job information, take photographs, capture proof of HSE
procedures, record work performed and gain proof of
service/delivery with electronic signature capture. Custom
workflows can be configured quickly for the device, with
step-by-step workflows to guide mobile workers through the tasks
and checks you require them to complete.
NOMAD also provides diary and mapping tools allowing
users to see at a glance the current status of all jobs in
real-time. It fully integrates with tracking systems to provide
full visibility of all your mobile workers.
Jobs can be allocated quickly and effectively based
on territories, skill sets and availability or just leave it to the
optional fully-integrated dynamic scheduling engine to
automatically allocate work to the best person for the job. Our
appointment booking engine will offer you the most cost-effective
time slots that fit your customers’ requirements.
Our Dynamic Scheduler works out the optimum schedule quickly and
automatically and then sends the jobs out to your mobile devices.
Jobs can be entered manually into the system or imported in
The scheduling system will then automatically manage
the schedule and populate the diary in NOMAD Office so that all the
scheduled jobs can be seen including travelling time and meal
breaks. Our clients are given access to the data collected via a
secure web portal (WADI) so full transparency is given to the
client, as well as online reporting information as soon as the job
has been completed.
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