Noushin Adabi

Meet Noushin Adabi, Certified Routing Professional


noushinQ. How many years have you worked with RouteSmart?
A. I have worked with RouteSmart almost 3 years.EndFragment

Q. How do you use the system in your job?
A. I use the system for optimizing Street Sweeping Service. My goals were to move weekend routes to weekday routes and also optimize routes based on curb miles. I have about 12 miles per scheduled route (24 miles per operator per day).

Q. What factors motivated you to become a Certified Routing Professional?
A. First, preparing for the Certification forced me to explore RouteSmart both broadly and deeply. Second, having these routing skills, I can handle challenging projects involving RouteSmart. Third, training others within my organization.

Q.  How do you think being a Certified Routing Professional will benefit your employer?
A. RouteSmart Certification will tell our clients that the City holds its staff to the highest professional standards and will take very good care of them. Our customers will feel safer and more secure knowing they’re in certified hands. Studies have shown that employees with a professional certification are more productive. That’s because certifications better prepare workers to deal with day-to-day challenges and get the most out of new technologies. Certified individuals are able to make greater use of RouteSmart’s advanced features.

Q. How do you think being a Certified Routing Professional will benefit you?
A. Earning certification in routing provides me with professional credibility. It demonstrates my dedication and motivation to professional development and may even lead to promotion, raise and recognition.

Q. Why do you love working with RouteSmart?
A. I love working with RouteSmart because it is such a powerful tool. If the quality of data is good, it can optimize the routes within a city in a second and solve the toughest routing challenges.


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