We’re delighted to announce our partnership with what3words today.
The new integration adds to Sherlock’s industry-leading suite of mapping technologies designed to pinpoint address search accuracy.
what3words is an easy way to identify precise locations. Every 3 metre square has been given a unique combination of three words: a what3words address. So, for example, if you were visiting Sherlock’s London office, you could simply type ///early.gasp.deflection to get directions to the exact entrance.
Use cases for what3words
If a customer gives lengthy or confusing directions to their pick-up or drop-off location then a what3words address could be useful. Scenarios to consider include:
-A hospital drop-off with multiple entrance points
-Construction sites such as HS2 in the UK which are yet to be properly addressed
-Sports or entertainment stadiums (many of which list what3words addresses for various entrance points already)
-Rural locations with larger postcode areas
-Countries with ‘patchy’ listed addresses / incomplete address databases
Using what3words, in conjunction with Sherlock’s suite of industry-leading mapping technologies means that your customers won’t be negatively impacted by driver routing issues and delays, leading to both better customer satisfaction and increased efficiency across your fleet.
Here’s what the team at Sherlock think:
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