Ozan Gozbasi – Co-Founder & CEO of Optiyol – Podcasts for Startups (in Turkish)
(This Podcasts in Turkish)
Optiyol provides optimization solutions for transportation planning decisions at strategic, tactical and operational levels. Optiyol has helped multinational FMCG brands including Unilever, Philip Morris and Ferrero in Supply Network Design, Long-Haul Transportation Planning, Dynamic Delivery Route Optimization and Salesforce Visit Scheduling problems. Our solutions were proven to provide savings in transportation costs at 15-25% range, reduce rental/ownership costs for trucks by 5-10% while improving on-time visits. Our strong team holds Ph.D. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and post-doc work experience in building large-scale optimization solutions in the United States, Australia and Turkey. Optiyol is headquartered in San Francisco, CA with R&D offices in Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey.
- Collection and Distribution Optimization: Optimize the allocation of orders to each vehicle and their sequence with route optimization
- Field Service and Salesforce Routing: Optimize the assignment of customer requests to technicians, or schedule periodic customer visits of your salesforce
- Intercity Transportation Optimization: Shipment consolidation optimization, transportation mode selection between less-than-truckload (LTL) and full-truck-load (FTL), route planning
Special thanks to Ms. Aybike for holding this podcasts in Turkish.
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