Outside sales representatives, insurance adjusters, home inspectors, medical equipment providers, and the multitude of other Badger Maps clients have one thing in common: they all spending less time driving than their non-Badger using counterparts.
Driving can be enjoyable, but for most people, spending 3 to 4 hours on the road is not ideal. Badger Maps uses a series of algorithms to help find our users the quickest way to drive through their day. Our mapping software helps people spend less time driving and more time thriving. Finding the best driving route is as easy as clicking a button. After uploading accounts, users can add points to a route and optimize up to 23 locations per route. Our software takes into account traffic conditions and appointment length and provides estimated driving times between locations. It can even inform users if they are going to be early (or late) to an appointment. Using our route optimizer feature, the average user sees a 20% reduction in driving time.
Efficient driving not only saves time, but also helps the environment. Assuming a pre-Badger Maps average of 3 hours a day on the road in a car that gets 25 miles to the gallon, the non-Badger user releases about 80 pounds of CO2 into the atmosphere a day. Using our driving optimization, the average Badger user releases about 60 pounds of CO2 per day. Over the course of a year, the CO2 savings gained by using our route optimization feature are equivalent to planting roughly 130 trees. Saving the planet and saving time go hand in hand for our users.