May 4, 2020 | software | No Comments
Businesses dealing with logistics and supply have to consider numerous factors such as driver availability, vehicle availability, weight limits, traffic conditions, dispatch times, and lot’s more while planning routes. The route should also be planned in such a way that there is minimum retracing of the same routes. It can be difficult to manually consolidate all these factors and design the best route. Secondly, the details keep changing in real-time, so it is nearly impossible to keep track of the changes and still ensure that the route is optimized.
The best way to combat all these challenges and still work out a route that serves your purposes is by using a route optimization software. If you’re still thinking that manual planning is better, take a look at these 7 reasons before you decide whether or not you should go for a route planning.
- Reduces time you spend on planning