Recycling & Waste

Through our Mobile Workforce Scheduler Systems for Recycling & Waste, we are helping Local Authorities to increase productivity and operate recycling and waste services far more efficiently. We do this through providing in-cab vehicles solutions that direct teams through their collection rounds.

By taking advantage of our leading route optimisation capability, work can be scheduled in a way that minimises travel and maximises the number of tasks completed per day. Through our mobile working application, a full audit trail of field-based activities tracked, providing managers with real-time visibility of how the day is progressing.

How Kirona Can Help

Kirona help organisations to deliver the best possible service in the most efficient and effective way possible. We do this through software applications that span the complete field-service lifecycle from planning & scheduling through to mobilising the field worker and monitoring the service performance in real-time.

We do this via three applications:

  • DRS Scheduler
  • Job Manager
  • InfoSuite

Individually, these applications deliver significant value to field service organisations and when combined, they deliver a unique advantage. We approach each project by first defining your desired business outcomes, we then apply our solutions to your business to enable tangible business return. Kirona consistently delivers on three common business outcomes, we reduce costs, enable significant productivity increases and allow you to improve the service you deliver to your customers.

Used by over 350 organisations and trusted by over 30,000 field-based workers each day, Kirona is a leading supplier of field-based worker resource planning and management software.


The 7 Deadly Sins of Managing Workers in the Field

Whitepaper: 7 Deadly Sins of Managing Field Workers

Read this white paper to learn more about the common traps organisations fall into when managing field workers

  • Paper based systems
  • Manual scheduling
  • Failing to integrate systems
  • Having no visibility of front line services
  • Having limited customer information to hand
  • Failing to use a modern appointment booking system
  • Failing to manage cultural change when implementing field technology

More importantly we look at how to avoid them with our seven top tips.