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We offer a range of disruptive solutions to drive results and boost efficiency in the healthcare industry.

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We guide the financial services industry in leveraging digital transformation and enabling seamless banking solutions.

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Our digital product engineering services help EduTech companies gain a competitive edge with custom e-learning solutions.

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We have successfully partnered with some of the fastest-growing companies worldwide. Here are some testaments of trust from a few of our amazing clients.

Their efficiency is what stands out to me the most. They jumped on a fairly aggressive project, which ended up being bigger than we thought, but they never backed off. They worked with us on a daily basis to achieve the results we needed.

CEO,
Fintech Company, New York

After the first few projects, Experion Technologies has become more seasoned and familiar with our standards and our personnel. We have developed a healthy and trusting working relationship...the entirety of their work makes it easier for our customers to do their jobs.

President,
Transportation & Logistics Solutions Company,
Oklahoma

Experion provides valuable insight into what tools we should use and how aspects should be built, but the final decision is mine. Experion seems to truly care about my success and doing a good job. They’re quick to respond to my decisions, and they’re often ahead of me, which is impressive.

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Nonprofit Software Company, Cleveland,
Ohio

Experion’s fusion of methodologies elicits maximum efficiency, and their willingness to take on challenges continues to leave a profound impression...they projected this perspective at all levels of their organization. As a true partner, Experion always helps us reach the most suitable solution.

IT Manager,
Retail Solutions Company,
Australia

Thanks to Experion’s technical skills, the enhanced product has facilitated significant company growth...their problem-solving abilities and accessibility continue to impress.

Founder,
Hospitality Software,
Miami

To date, the launched apps are being used to successfully manage the freight operations of many of Australia and New Zealand’s transport and logistics providers. Experion’s technical expertise, scalable teams, and intuitive designs outdistance industry competitors to encourage this business growth.

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Transportation Solutions Provider,
Melbourne, Australia

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Stories From the Digital Domain

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Going back: A reintroduction to reverse logistics

It was all laughs when Barry Kripke took his infamous jab at Sheldon in an episode of The Big Bang Theory, suggesting the genius scientist pursue a career in retail so he could ‘take things back for a living,’ alluding to his recent retractions of an erroneous scientific paper. However, in an era where e-commerce is growing at an unfathomable pace, we have learned that modern retailers must be not merely capable, but in fact, adept at this very skill, with the resurgence of reverse logistics in its digital avatar.

While it has been common for suppliers to stop measuring themselves post the delivery of a product, the emergence of reverse logistics means a new variable in customer satisfaction. Although this is not to suggest that it is a novel aspect of retail – large retail businesses have been managing product returns even preceding the e-commerce era. However, the see-saw battle between various corporations on the said digital platforms necessitates that companies put forward and reverse logistics at par on their priority list. Yet, the simple truth is that many myths and misconceptions cloud executives’ views on strategies for reverse logistics. And even though studies predict phenomenal benefits to ramping up this department, only a minuscule number of companies name it an essential investment.

Apart from the one obvious reason which is volume: the number of transactions in reverse is usually far lesser that forward logistics.

Why do retailers continue to let reverse logistics play the second fiddle?
It is, essential to identify and solve some of the major puzzles in reverse logistics.

1) Lack of dedicated team

Most firms do not boast a sole reverse logistics department. It is, many a time, assigned with an underqualified individual/team discrediting its importance as a domain of itself. However, the Inability to monitor the condition of products returned, percentage of sales lost, customer base lost, secondary revenue loss etc., could break the foundation of your enterprise, especially if the returned products can be repaired or repurposed, scrapped for parts, or directed to the secondary market.

2) Categorisation of the returned products as trash

As cited earlier, this is one of the biggest misconceptions of the modern retail industry. At the same time, less than 20% forms the bulk of all defective returned products; even defective products can find value through proper processing. Analytics has shown that the number one reason customers return items is remorse, not defect. The key to reclaiming value from returned goods, damaged or otherwise, is the implementation of streamlined and effective reverse logistics processing.

For instance, we know that the reverse logistics chain is initiated the second a customer clicks return on the purchased product. Therefore, the initial assessments must happen at this instant, making an effort to understand the cause of the return to make an informed guess on how it can be dealt with to ensure your company’s losses are minimal.

3) Absence of tailormade reverse logistics software

It is appalling how every subsequent point made in this analysis leads back to the others; here, we see the consequences of a common myth in action: ‘managing returns is simpler than running distribution.’ Nothing could be further from the truth.

The fact is that returns management is far more complex than distribution. Returns management requires executives to work with buyers, operations, sales, accounts payable, and systems. While the leadership on the distribution side needs to care only about the safety of their loads as a whole, the reverse logistics manager must inspect every item in detail. In the case of returns, the OEM has to grant authorization before shipping. F

Most distribution centres employ WMS to expedite these tasks to manage the large volumes, and the returns are synchronously processed through the same software resources. This creates complications because the software is just not designed to hadle the unique workflows and level of detailing required for Reverse Logistics management

Warehouse management system for reverse logistics

While your firm’s standard WMS will encounter difficulties in processing forward and reverse logistics, it is possible to build them to maneuver in both operational areas seamlessly. Much rides on the symbiosis between the WMS and the enterprise resource planning systems (ERP). This combination works in a customer-oriented manner, maintaining what looks like a thorough customer record, complete with the profile of all transactions between the company and the customer. The ERP platforms, paired with a warehouse management system, allow companies to track returns easily, monitor the movement of goods, issue credits through the accounting system, and update everything in the customer record.

Aakash Binu
Nov 01 2021
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Insurtech trends: 2021 and beyond

The suffix ‘tech’ finds itself added to the technological lexicon at a rate faster than any other and still never fails to generate more than a buzz amongst the tech-savvy. FinTech, MedTech, NexTech, the list goes on and on. And so, it seems only perfunctory for the insurance industry to follow suit. Though the concept surfaced around 2010, studies show that more than 43% of the world’s InsurTech companies have come into existence in the past five years. This up-and-coming industry also attracts venture capital funding, with the study highlighting the whopping $5.4 billion raised by InsurTech start-ups. It is, therefore, high time that we review some of the hottest trends that are not just for 2021 but also for the future.  

Blockchain:  

While bitcoin has always been a headliner, few recognize its driver technology known as Blockchain. It is an advanced technology utilizing a peer-to-peer ledger of records that is of virtually incorruptible safety. As it is designed to be self-managed, it is highly affordable, barring the initial capital requirement. It can tread great lengths in fixing the apparent intangibility customers feel towards their insurance plans and policies. Due to its unique and secure trademarks, it could increase processing speed, help establish customer trust, and expedite claim processing without falling prey to fraudulence and manipulation.  

Artificial Intelligence: 

While AI needs no introduction, its deployment in InsurTech brings to the table a host of unprecedented gains that can revolutionize the face of the financial domain. Moreover, with personalization now being the norm for everything, AI has much to offer in creating bespoke experiences, helping customers feel discerning, and bolstering their trust.  

With adoption levels and implementation still slow, experts believe that its initial impact will be in the automation of underwriting and claims processes. In tandem with machine learning, it will analyze risks and identify new sources of capital that could lead to new frontiers in checking fraud and money laundering.  

Gamification:  

This is undoubtedly one of the most peculiar and yet promising trends of InsurTech in 2021, showcasing the adoption of video-game-inspired strategies like level clearing and unlocking, performance bonuses, and so on. Although rare, some actuarial companies even deploy their games to promote their insurance-related products. It may also lead to a sense of brand loyalty to the firm.  

Younger clients often duck the insurance business due to its labyrinthine and precarious nature; with this customer category, gamification has yielded the most results. Moreover, firms can utilize the aspects of gamification at every juncture in the customer experience, unlike the other trends that limit themselves to technological aspects.  

Machine Learning: 

Although machine learning is related to AI (while being highly specific), it is only with its integration that InsurTech can achieve total efficiency. While artificial intelligence can improve and speed up claims processing, it is only with machine learning that we can automate it. The power of pre-programmed algorithms will be a great tool in automation using the digital files accessible via the cloud. And its utility is not limited to either P&C firms or their customers; it supports both entities almost equally. In addition, it has numerous other payoffs, like risk calculation, CLV, and PIE computation.  

IoT: 

With the ever-rising number of connected devices around the world, insurers can use these tools to harness data; the open-source data available from smartwatches, homes, and even automobile sensors can help collect pivotal data that can assess the customer psyche. A simple use case is the collection of health data from a client’s fitness smartwatch, which could furnish the P&C insurers with information that would help in policymaking for the said client. Though it has come under the scanner for potential infringements of customer privacy and corporate fraud, this trend continues to thrive and grow with some of the top insurance companies in the US today.   

If you are looking for a Digital Product Engineering Services partner who not only keeps up with emerging trends but takes giant strides in the creation of their own, Experion is the right partner for you. Browse our website to see more on our FinTech products.  

Aakash Binu
Oct 26 2021
Blogs

Trends in Digital Health

Healthcare and technology go hand-in-hand. However, many wonder where exactly they are heading. Telemedicine, IoT devices, and virtual reality surgical training are just a few digital health innovations attracting a lot of attention and research dollars and helping the sector enhance health equity worldwide. In addition, the pandemic caused widespread disruption in the healthcare industry, prompting it to spend more on cutting-edge new technology.  

During the pandemic, some of the following digital health trends gained traction and are expected to influence the future of medicine.  

1. Telehealth  

Telehealth delivers healthcare services through digital communication technology such as computers, mobile phones, and tablets. Healthcare providers had to shift rapidly when social distancing diminished in-person visits. By April 2020, telehealth services would account for almost 43% of primary care visits. Telehealth appears to be here to stay, even as the COVID-19 vaccines roll out over the world.  Fortune Business Insights says the telehealth business will be worth more than $185 billion by 2026.  

Telehealth can refer to a variety of different medical services. Teleradiology refers to the practice of a radiologist interpreting medical images while not physically present in the location where the images are generated. Hospitals, mobile imaging companies, urgent care facilities, and even some private practices utilize teleradiology. Tele-pharmacy delivers pharmaceutical care to patients in regions where they may not directly access a pharmacist via telecommunications. It’s an example of the broader telemedicine phenomena in action in the field of pharmacy. Tele-ICU has an off-site command center –  a critical care team (intensivists and critical care nurses) is connected with patients in the distance intensive care units (ICUs) through real-time audio, visual and electronic means, and health information is exchanged. Telerehabilitation refers to information and communication technologies to provide rehabilitation services to people remotely in their homes or other environments. This usually has a vital visual element with video conferences and webcams commonly used to communicate symptoms and clinical progress. Tele-neuropsychology is a type of telemedicine that includes neuropsychological consultation and assessment over the phone with patients who have or are suspected of having a cognitive disorder.  

Telenursing refers to the utilization of communicative technologies to provide remote nursing services.  

In the future, people will demand a smooth digital experience to make appointments, buy medication, and get important health information and advice. Instead of being a transitory fad, telehealth is predicted to become an integral part of a complete healthcare strategy that enhances the patient experience. Clinicians might handle approximately 40% of primary care sessions remotely, and clinicians that offer telehealth services are more likely to see more patients. According to the American Hospital Association, hospitals lost $161.4 billion between March and June 2020 – telehealth services may assist hospitals in recouping some of their losses. According to McKinsey, $250 billion of total US healthcare spending might go virtual in the years following the pandemic.  

Rather than treating digital health trends as a testbed, the industry must fully embrace innovation to improve provider agility and efficiency in the future.  

2. IoT and Medicine  

Medical IoT is a fast-expanding industry in which wearable gadgets, monitoring, and integrated applications are used to meet healthcare demands. Medical IoT can offer better versions of classic medical devices, such as the smart inhaler, which syncs patient usage with a mobile app, thanks to AI and machine learning technology.  

Patients now have more control over their diseases and health demands thanks to the emergence of 5G and smart technology in healthcare. Smart insulin pens and glucose monitoring devices, for example, make it easier for people to maintain track of their health needs with minimal disruption to their daily life. Many IoT devices will become more affordable as technology advances, bringing us closer to health fairness. Hospitals can perform predictive maintenance and avoid costly downtime of complex medical equipment with IoT devices that monitor machinery and warn technicians about concerns. In addition, they can employ sensors to track supply inventory, allowing them to manage gas, chemical, and disposable goods like masks, gloves, and syringe usage and costs.  

Data storage and security are critical in the healthcare industry. Additionally,  IoT devices must be dependable in terms of connections, performance, and real-time data delivery. For example, healthcare workers may overlook important details about a patient’s health if there are any pauses or outages. Healthcare has a lot to gain from the cloud era, but trust in data security and IoT capabilities are still developing. With this in mind, we may anticipate increased investment and funding in IoT technology in the following years.  

3. Behavioral and mental health apps  

As the brutal reality of lockdown life set in, people worldwide faced untold mental health issues in 2020. Mindfulness applications like Headspace, Liberate, and Calm were no longer solely for the fringe meditation crowd, as general usage boosted the wellness app market’s download figures. According to The New York Times, Calm gained 10 million new members, and venture investors pooled their funds.  

Employers increasingly recognize the value of wellness apps for their workers. For decades, corporate wellness trips, office yoga, and team-building events have all been around, but the employer-provided wellness app is a newer notion. According to research by SHRM, 48% of US employees say they would be more confident in digital health tools if their workplace provided them. Furthermore, 26% claimed they would be more likely to stay with their current employer if such apps were available.  

According to projections from 2018, health apps might save the US healthcare system $7 billion every year. In addition, employers should see a decline in employee “sick days” as the mobile age continues to entice more people to health apps, which would enhance productivity. Limeade, which helps firms foster a culture of well-being and inclusion, and Vantage Fit, which lets employers develop simple wellness programs and challenges to help their staff stay fit and healthy, are two examples of apps aimed at the corporate workplace.  

Wellness is expected to be one of the most important digital health trends in the next 20 years, according to Deloitte’s Future of Health report. We may anticipate a significant shift away from treatment-focused medicine by 2040, with 60% of the investment going toward promoting health and well-being.  

4. Virtual and Augmented Reality  

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology have many practical applications beyond gaming and entertainment – VR aids surgical planning and training in the medical field, making treatments more comfortable for doctors and patients. There have also been numerous publications on the effectiveness of virtual reality in the treatment of chronic pain and mental health.  

In a study on the expected growth of AR and VR in healthcare, Markets predicted a 30.7 percent annual growth rate between 2017 and 2025. Health experts are already using the benefits of VR and AR to treat several ailments, including anxiety, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder. For example, providers can utilize virtual reality and augmented reality to construct simulations of real-life settings in which patients are psychologically challenged, such as dealing with eating disorders, fear of heights, or social anxiety. Although people are aware that the world they are in, whether wearing a VR headset or using an augmented reality application, is artificial, the simulation allows them to face challenges and overcome their fears through practice. According to Oxford VR, this type of immersive therapy can lessen fears and phobias by 68 percent after only two hours of treatment

On the provider side, VR aids in the development of medical professionals’ skill sets. According to a study on the influence of virtual reality training in healthcare, students who received VR instruction completed medical operations 20 percent faster than those who received only traditional training. In addition, the VR-trained group correctly completed 38 percent more steps.  

According to a recent estimate from Verified Market Research, the value of AR/VR in healthcare will climb to $34 billion by 2027.  Virtual reality is still a young technology. However, its powers will usher in exciting new advances in preventive healthcare, rehabilitation, and cancer treatment as it develops.  

Conclusion  

Telemedicine, IoT devices, and healthcare apps aren’t new technologies; they’ve been around for a long time. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, was instrumental in propelling healthcare forward and encourage health institutions, clinicians, and patients to embrace digital health trends and new technologies. Thanks to remote services, IoT devices, and rapid research and development methods, providers and patients now recognize the advantages of digital health services. 

Manjith M Pillai
Oct 15 2021
News

Experion completes the upgradation of legacy SharePoint portal with 25...

Experion Technologies has completed the migration of SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint Online for one of the largest non-bank retail mortgage lenders in the United States.

We proposed the migration of SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint Online after assessing the technical requirements and evaluating the different migration possibilities. Based on the initial discussion, our team identified that, unlike typical migrations, this would be a pure development project with the only aspect requiring migration being the data involved. The team also recommended customizations in addition to the regular migration steps. They proposed the creation of a framework and standard components that act as catalysts for migration and development.

Experion re-engineered all existing custom features to SharePoint Online equivalent models using SharePoint Framework (SPFx) , Microsoft Power Platform, and other OOTB solutions. PowerShell automation was used to reduce manual effort significantly, and Sharegate was used for the content migration.

The project also involved the migration of Intranet portal to the new generation Community Hub. The newly launched community hub enables users to access information with ease, connect and collaborate with cross functional teams and source policies and documentation.

Nov 01 2021
News

Experion Technologies A Bronze Sponsor for DFW*ATW – Dallas Alliance...

Experion Technologies, a leading IT solutions and services company focusing on Digital Product Engineering, announced today that they are Bronze sponsors of DFW*ATW – Dallas Alliance of Technology & Women, taking place on October 27, 2021, both in person and virtually. 

This year, the forum will have keynote speaker Danyel Surrency Jones, CEO of Powerhandz, followed by a fireside chat with a special guest speaker Indra Nooyi, Former Chairman and CEO, Pepsico, on ‘Cracking the courage code with powerful women leaders’.  

Experion Technologies is proud to be taking part in this event that celebrates leaders in technology and gives businesses across the US an opportunity to network and make a difference. 

About DFW*ATW  

DFW*ATW Executive Leadership Forum is an annual event bringing together technology leaders, communities, members, and corporate partners and will be held virtually this year. Dedicated to all women and men in tech, DFW*ATW’s annual forum is geared at making a difference in the industry by connecting technology leaders for their contribution to a successful year. 

This forum will be an unique opportunity for technology leaders to discover more about the industry, build strong relationships and leave looking forward to what the future holds. DFW*ATW Executive Leadership Forum will showcase how technology leaders work together, and achieve more. 

The forum platform will have opportunity to: 

  • Network and spend time sharing knowledge and insights with people from various industries! 
  • Hear from the best and brightest minds to gain more confidence by breaking through barriers and expand knowledge with what the speakers have to offer. 
  • To get motivated by world-class speakers and leave with the confidence participants need to accelerate to greater heights. 

You can REGISTER to secure your virtual seat and receive a copy of Indra Nooyi’s new book My Life in Full while supplies last.   

About Experion Technologies 

Experion Technologies is a 15-year-old IT solutions and services company with a focus on Digital Product Engineering. In a short period, our products and custom applications have served over 300 customers across 32 countries. Our customers include some of the world’s largest corporations as well as some of the fastest-growing early-stage companies. We have a direct presence in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Middle East, India, Australia, and New Zealand.     

To know more about us, visit www.experionglobal.com or write to us at sales@experionglobal.com.

Oct 25 2021
News

Experion Technologies recognized as an Adobe Bronze Solution Partner

Experion Technologies, an IT services and solutions company focusing on Digital Product Engineering, announced today that they had been recognized as an Adobe Bronze Solution Partner.   

The Adobe Solution Partner Program is designed for companies that put Adobe technologies and services (like Magento) to work through implementations, creative services, technological innovations, solution development, system integration, and strategic thought leadership.     

This partnership recognizes Experion Technologies’ ability to develop & deliver innovative digital solutions using Magento and other Adobe solutions that solve its customer business challenges. Experion will continue empowering its customers in different industries to shape their business and future-proof their growth alongside Adobe and Magento.  

Deepkumar Janardhanan, Practice Lead, Retail at Experion Technologies, said, “We are looking forward to definitively meeting the needs of our clients in the middle to high-end eCommerce space with very advanced technology capabilities. And with our partnership with Adobe, we are rapidly moving towards bringing in even more advanced solutioning capabilities concerning eCommerce in B2c and B2B portals and marketplaces.”   

About the Adobe Solution Partner Program   

The Adobe Solution Partner Program verifies partners with high skills and profound knowledge that have successfully helped enterprise-level companies who have bought the different solutions Adobe offers in their implementations. There are five partnership levels that professional partners can be classified by: Community Partner, Bronze Partner, Silver Partner, Gold Partner, Platinum Partner.    

About Experion Technologies   

Experion Technologies is a 15-year-old IT solutions and services company with a focus on Digital Product Engineering. In a short period, our products and custom applications have served over 300 customers across 32 countries. Our customers include some of the world’s largest corporations as well as some of the fastest-growing early-stage companies. We have a direct presence in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Middle East, India, Australia, and New Zealand.    

To know more about us, visit www.experionglobal.com 

or write to us at sales@experionglobal.com.

Oct 21 2021
Succes Stories

Digital Product Engineering solution for global mHealth provider: A le...

The project was for an Australian global healthcare leader with whom we had collaborated for more than a decade: an ode to our long and fruitful partnership with the client.  , The partnership has resulted in many groundbreaking endeavors in healthcare management. They continue to wield their dominance in the industry, creating the best digital solutions to fill the gap between clinicians and their patients, an effort that has never been more relevant than it is today. 

The Challenge 

Like all leaders do, the client sought innovation: do away with the plethora of pigeonholed solutions and create a web-based software that could function as the cynosure of the spectrum of functions in healthcare. Healthcare providers like hospitals and clinics, who previously used paper records or disparate electronic system should be able to enjoy the security, efficiency and patient engagement benefits of standardized digital communications and record-keeping (EHRs). With the rapid technologization of hospital management, this has become an imperative for security and privacy, cost management,  A collective improvement in these factors, inevitably, leads to higher patient satisfaction, as well.
With modern mHealth being a fertile ground for many tributaries like allied health, e-pharmacy, referral management and so on, it is only appropriate to have a well-rounded IT solution that has overarching reach for all these needs. 

The Solution 

The client’s legacy application was a game-changer of its time, yet it was falling back due to a critical lack of updating. When Experion was handed the project, the customer’s existing application was in the Orchard framework, with an outmoded program architecture. The client was clear that the same must be used for the new platform to maintain the technical integrity of their system. With this in mind, our expert team set out to master its code from scratch, and their meticulous work set a solid base for the project. 

At the same time, our on-site team worked with various user groups with the client, understanding their workflows and requirements. The web application was built to be highly adaptable and scalable, with a diverse set of options for services such as discharge summaries, referral management, secure intra-organizational messaging, and allied health, with a state-of-the-art integration of the hospital EHRs and the patient portal, a feature that makes the platform unique.  

As far as patient information is concerned, a strict adherence to HIPAA and FHIR industry standards has been maintained, ensuring ironclad encryptions for the security of data on the cloud.  

The Payoff  

  • A truly modular solution that supports healthcare practitioners and organizations in digitizing their services and processes.  
  • Organizations can add different modules to their package to make sure it meets the specific needs of each business.  
  • The web-based application is device agnostic, it has an intuitive user interface that makes it easy for staff to utilize the platform every day. 
  • Patients can now securely and seamlessly access their medical record via associated personal health record system due to which claim processing duration got reduced by 86%. 

Giving healthcare facilities the access and flexibility to provide services, the application is the most progressive solution for healthcare providers who want complete control over their services.  It also has a massively beneficial effect on patient outcomes- creating a win-win scenario for healthcare providers and receivers alike.

Nov 11 2021
Succes Stories

Development of Urban Traffic Control for a European road safety leader

The Background

Experion had the privilege of collaborating with an erstwhile European government agency that spearheads the road safety cause of the nation. This was one of the numerous projects we had completed for the client, the purpose of which was to create a real-time adaptive traffic control system for the coordination and control of traffic signals across an urban road network.

The Challenge

The bulk of today’s traffic signals worldwide operate using the interval system, which works using fixed periods: the predetermined cycle lengths, intervals, and phases determine urban traffic flow. While we have used this system for several decades, an introspection will help us understand how obsolete it may be, especially in busier cities. Commuting in city road traffic is a function with infinite variables and needs intuitive and intelligent treatment. We must also understand that traffic and our whereabouts of communication are ever-evolving. In such an environment, standardized cycle times mean unnecessary idle times that can be reduced to increase efficiency for everyone concerned – such losses could hamper individual productivity and a nation’s GDP at a large scale.

The Solution

Having terminated their deal with their technology partner, the client looked for a robust IT partner who could seamlessly integrate its product algorithm with a quality user interface and intuitive front-end. Experion fit the bill.

In collaboration with the clients, our team figured that coordinating traffic signals in a centralized location would be pivotal in minimizing the impact of stop times on the road user. The team ensured that the existing data assets of the client could be utilized to mitigate congestion and delay. In tandem, the data and analytics team reworked many of the algorithms to ensure that this system would ensure smooth and adaptive performance as traffic volumes return to pre-pandemic levels. It was also fit to handle emergencies that regularly emerge on the roads. This system would also be scalable to peak traffic levels and the increasing pedestrian and cyclist numbers. Some of the key features of the UTC would be as follows:

A GIS-based real-time application that allows the traffic operators to view and manage junctions, Pelicans, OTUs, links, nodes, etc.
Show real-time status of traffic queues and different parameters using defined messaging structures.
Configure timetable to plan for signal management.
Open a data portal to share the live and historical traffic information.
The Payoff:

A state-of-the-art real-time data collection and analysis
Real-time decision making with open data sharing
Adaptive Signal Control strategy that can be tailored to any network size
The open-access principle allows Traffic Engineers detailed insights into how people on their network move around, allowing greater precision control over traffic flow.
The new system also led to benefits like increased safety by identifying congestion hotspots, reducing CO2 emissions up to 8% due to dwindled idle time, and collaborative opportunities with various commercial partners.

Nov 01 2021
Succes Stories

Van sales management system for a leading dairy company in the UAE

The Background:  

The client is one of the largest dairy and juice companies in the UAE. It employs state-of-the-art farm and production management technologies, has operations in multiple geographies across UAE and Oman, and serves more than 13,000 retail stores.  

The Challenge:  

The client used multiple disintegrated systems for various operations such as van sales, stock allocation, report fetching, route planning, etc. Since they had operations across multiple geographies and time zones, the client hosted different instances of the same application on multiple servers. This made it difficult for the teams to manage all sales operations.   

Moreover, the existing mobile application was developed to be used only on devices with physical keypads and worked only in offline conditions and hence did not provide access to real-time data from the field. Any customization or changes in the application were challenging as it needed code change or customization of the software.  

The application had limitations for designing mobile reports based on the client’s specific needs, and it was taken care of by the technical product team. The client used separate in-house solutions for creating reports from the database.  

There was no flexibility to add custom fields or remove unwanted fields in the application, which led to uncertainties while designing reports. Also, the price assignment was carried out by manually applying discounts and offers for each product and assigning the final price for each customer.  

The Solution:  

Experion proposed a unified Van Sales Management system to replace all the legacy systems, which would lead to ease of maintenance and act as a centralized application to help backend operations and management to have complete visibility over sales operations of all depots and vans. It is a mobile/web application that integrates multiple van sales management, demand drafting, stock management, reporting, etc.   

It comes with over 26 configurable modules such as Organization Structure Module, Classification Module, Pricing Module, Discount Module, Tax Module, Assignment Module, etc. It gives the flexibility to assign Price, Tax, Discounts, Reports, etc., to specific customers or based on a specified condition.  

The van sales system offers a reporting framework that supports both web and mobile and allows the users to define reporting formats as per their requirements. It can add more flexfields to the available static fields to keep track of data and carry out comprehensive reporting. In addition, it includes user-defined flexfields and dynamically generated fields at the database level, which eliminates confusion while designing reports.  

The transactions can be handled both online and offline, and the system supports multi-time zones and multi-currency. It has a pliable user interface that caters to a mix of devices with physical and virtual keypads. Moreover, it also features hybrid offline capabilities wherein all the transactional data is stored locally without connectivity and synchronized to the database automatically once there is the availability of Wi-Fi or mobile internet. This makes all the necessary field data readily available to the sales teams for analysis.  

Tech Stack:  

  • .NET Core 3.1   
  • ASP.NET Core Signal R  
  • Angular 10   
  • HTML5  
  • CSS3  
  • React Native   
  • SQL Server   
  • SQLite, Watermelon DB   
  • Stimulsoft Reporting  

The Outcomes:  

  • The ease of application usage has improved efficiency and quickened the sales and distribution processes for the client.  
  • It removes dependencies on multiple systems by optimizing integrations with SAP.   
  • The reporting module improves analytics and KPI reporting and gives quick access to real-time data for market insights.  
  • It improves user experience, speeds up data entry, and eliminates paperwork.
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