1 - 25 employees
Big Data & Analytics
Enterprise Software / SaaS

Wise Systems Company Overview

Using Machine Learning, Wise automatically schedules, monitors, and adjusts routes in real time, ensuring the most efficient routes, and all while considering multiple variables and constraints. Wise continuously learns from fleet data, helping optimize and improve fleet performance over time.

Serving numerous industries -- food and beverage, business services and products, field service technicians for cable and utilities, 3PL and more -- Wise is proven to give management teams unparalleled visibility and control over operations, while helping drivers improve their on-time performance and account service. Wise customers usually migrate from static routing systems or classic planning methods, using Wise alongside their previous systems for dynamic routing, then rapidly implementing additional modules. 

Started out of MIT by a team with deep expertise in logistics, data science, machine learning, and design, the Wise team has always shared a focus on solving mobility issues by understanding patterns. In fact, in the early days of the company, the founders spent more time asking for data than investment, but that turned out to be a very good decision.

Jobs at Wise Systems

2 Jobs Listed
  What we are looking for: Wise Systems is looking for an experienced full-stack software engineer to work on scaling and deploying our platform for real-time optimization and data analysis. We need someone who is adept at software development and is constantly thinking about performance improvements. This position will involve working directly on helping effectively integrate customers onto the Wise platform and optimizing their usage of the system. Strong programming skills are necessary. Responsibilities: Maintain high coding, testing, and...
Software Engineering/QA
Who we are:  Wise Systems builds cloud-based autonomous dispatching and routing software used by some of the world’s largest fleets to improve efficiency and customer service. Wise Systems is on a mission to optimize the world, helping logistics operations compete and an increasingly dynamic and connected world. Based in Cambridge, MA, Wise Systems was started out of MIT with the goal of using data to help cities and industries operate in smarter ways. Wise Systems has grown steadily, building an incredible, diverse team that shares a deep commitment to our customers’...
Software Engineering/QA
84 Sherman St
Cambridge, MA 02140

Working at Wise Systems

We've assembled an incredible, diverse team that’s passionate about great software and design - and are committed to helping customers reach their goals. At Wise, we look for people with ambition and initiative. We give our team the opportunities and responsibilities to help everyone develop and thrive. We’re working with some of the world’s largest companies, and as we continue to grow, we’re excited to bring together people who are curious, ambitious, and creative.

Wise Systems Culture


September 24, 2018
By Jemel Derbali, Wise Systems Co-Founder When most industry professionals think about routing, they envision a traditional, static process that’s familiar to many. It starts with a months-long planning exercise that maps out customers, builds territories, and assigns routes to drivers. The process is usually supported by an on-premise software installation that is the workhorse for the dispatching team. But that workhorse is getting tired, lacks some important capabilities, and isn’t...
August 20, 2018
By Jemel Derbali, Wise Systems Co-Founder Route planning is an exercise in fortune telling. Whether companies use route optimization software or a map and paper to build their routes for the next delivery day, chances are that the biggest efficiency challenges they face arise from the disconnect between how routes look ahead of time and how they work in reality....
July 27, 2018
By Jemel Derbali, Wise Systems Co-Founder One of the dividends of technology is unprecedented visibility into all facets of our world, particularly as consumers. We can see exactly when our pizza is being made and transported, where our kids are based on their phones (and where those kids’ lost phones are), when our Lyft or Uber ride is en route, and who’s at the door -- even if we’re not home. In all scenarios, there’s a direct link between visibility and the customer experience....