AMCS focuses on automation and AI capabilities in new platform release
AMCS has launched the AMCS Platform Summer 22, the second of three feature releases planned this year.
"In our current inflationary times, our customers require agility and automation. This release delivers much-needed visibility and control by automating key finance functions such as invoicing and price change management. Our investment in AI technology provides actionable insights, helping our customers improve the quality of their resource management to drive both efficiency and sustainability," says Elaine Treacy, global product director at AMCS.
In this release is AMCS Vision AI, a new solution utilizing the latest advances in AI technology to automatically analyze material streams to detect contamination and overfilled containers at the curbside.
The invoicing and pricing capabilities of the AMCS Platform have been enhanced to streamline processes to deliver ideal performance and an improved user experience.
The AMCS Platform now includes a mobile shopping cart with multiple payment options. Users can create presentations of their service offerings and new interactive self-service options on their website.
For post collection activities, AMCS releases new recycling features such as Finished Goods Inventory Tagging and LEED reporting to digitize processes. A new solution is also introduced for unattended scale operations with a mobile scale (weighbridge) capability that allows authorized drivers to access unattended scale sites. This release also integrates a wider range of hardware devices to control scale access (such as barriers and traffic lights) and facilitates faster payments with point-of-sale terminal integration.
AMCS Smart Dispatch now supports high-density residential route progress monitoring and enhanced route optimization features to support automated churn management and order slotting.
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