Route Optimization Key Element In The Geoconcept Group Optimization Technologies US Expansion

The Geoconcept Group has invested several millions of US dollars in developing new strategic partnerships in the United States and quickly conquering market shares in several key sectors such as home delivery, field service, and health.

Miami, FL, United States - February 18, 2020 / / —

The Geoconcept Group decided to create a subsidiary in the United States to further its global presence. The company has invested over 2 million US dollars and deployed its routing & scheduling software with several clients, including Blinds to Go, a specialist in custom window treatments. The Geoconcept Group, the designer of route optimization technologies for professionals, is announcing the opening of a subsidiary in Miami, Florida. This is the company’s fourth international subsidiary, after India, Switzerland, and China.

This new subsidiary will be headed by Pierre-Antoine Tricen, previously the Asia-Pacific regional director and head of the Shanghai subsidiary. He will now coordinate the various support, sales, and project teams for the North American region. The company is poised to take advantage of the growing mobility market in the United States. In an era of ultra-mobility, optimizing the movements of the company’s field staffs and vehicles is higher on the priority list than ever before.

The North American market is always looking for innovations to accelerate transaction speed and improve the customer and user experience. To optimize their staff’s schedule and movements, American companies are turning to proven field service and last-mile delivery management technologies, such as Opti-Time award-winning solution, recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Field Service Management, Gartner is the world leader in IT research and consulting.

Additional details are available at https://opti-time.com/

Blinds To Go is an American company specializing in the production and sale of custom window treatments. With its high-end positioning, this firm offers a genuinely bespoke service: a designer visits the customer for an advisory phase and to identify the requirements. In a two-stage process, technicians then take measurements and install the window treatments. Blinds To Go opted for the Opti-Time scheduling management solution to optimize all its field service agents’ appointment bookings and movements, namely 250 designers and installers in the United States and Canada.

Opti-Time scheduling optimization has advanced capabilities that many other American companies should soon be able to enjoy. The innovative optimization software makes it easy to map the fastest delivery routes to everywhere a company needs to be.

Contact and location information is available at Opti-Time Inc

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Name: Pierre-Antoine Tricen, Executive Director
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Organization: Opti-Time, Inc.
Address: 18501 Pines Blvd Suite 360, Pembroke Pines FL 33029
Phone: (866) 790-5932
Website: https://opti-time.com/

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