Today, the DC map only shows a route between the FSR and WO(s) Location on the map. It would be of value to have the distance and the duration between checkpoints on this route.
My assumption is that Servicemax would already have set a default mode of transport to get the route on the map - e.g. Car. So getting the distance and duration from the google map API shouldnt be a big task. This will help the planner define the travel duration more accurately.
Sometimes, the planner function might be based out of a completely different part of the country or even in a different country (as shared services). In such cases, this duration and distance information between depot - WO - WO - depot would be really useful.
What is the underlying problem do you intend to solve with this idea?
Better planning / prediction of travel duration by the planner
How is the problem being addressed today, if at all?
by experience or by opening google maps separately