Abaqus changes name of platform to ‘allGeo’

By Thomas Allen19 November 2019

Abaqus has changed the name of its myGeoTracking platform to allGeo to reflect its expanded range of capabilities.

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The US-based provider of cloud-based mobile and data solutions for the field service industry said automation is changing the way things are done and so its platform technology is being adapted to address this ‘next-gen wave’.

“Automation is beginning to disrupt and transform the field service industry,” said Shailendra Jain, the company’s CEO, “Abaqus’s mission is to help field service businesses navigate this journey and help them realise the massive rewards of automation.”

“The new name – allGeo – allows us to emphasise the evolution of our company from a point solution for basic tracking and time-clock services to a 360°, enterprise-grade platform with end-to-end capabilities for monitoring, managing and optimising field service resources.”

With the allGeo platform, field service workflows can be automated and data can be integrated across various software systems.

It also offers Apps that help to monitor lone worker safety, track employees’ location and site attendance, and automate field inspections, among other things.

The new name is effective immediately and will be implemented across the company’s offerings over the next couple of months.

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