The Grass is Greener with Optimisation Software as a Service (OSaaS)

Updated: Nov 6, 2019



Globally, the transport sector is responsible for 22 percent of energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Due to urbanisation, globalisation and population growth, transport emissions are increasing at a faster rate than any other sector. Climate change impacts are accelerating, and we are fast approaching an energy crisis.


With growing social pressure on companies to focus on sustainability, many are recognising the need to adapt in order to stay relevant. This includes devising sustainability goals, sharing sustainability reports, and incorporating environmental efforts into their corporate social responsibility.


How can companies stay ahead of the curve when it comes to sustainability? The key lies in optimisation - of workforces, of logistics, and of supply chains. A large part of our GHG emissions comes from transporting workers and resources between locations for commercial purposes. By reducing transport time and distance, we can greatly decrease our carbon footprint.



But with hot competition on all sides, not many companies feel that they have the luxury to focus time and resources on implementing new environmental solutions. And few if any solutions will fit a complex company’s unique pain points, without an overhaul of existing systems and processes.


Fortunately, the rapidly growing Optimisation Software as a Service (OSaaS) market provides a cost-effective alternative to traditional solutions. Staybil can adapt their proprietary OSaaS engine to create a tailored solution for your company’s needs. This solution is low-cost, integrates with most existing ERPs, and can be developed and iterated upon within a short amount of time. And Staybil gets proven results. After four weeks of working with Coca-Cola Amatil to optimize Neverfail’s delivery efficiency, Staybil achieved a 48% reduction in average delivery travel time, 7MT reduction in fleet-wide GHG Emissions, and 100X potential ROI.

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