This guide is designed to help you understand the basics of route planning and the key factors to consider when planning your routes. By understanding the basics of route planning, you’ll be better equipped to optimize your route planning strategy and achieve the best results.
This blog highlights how logistics route optimization using machine learning can help businesses improve their efficiency and profitability by offering predictive analytics, real-time data, dynamic routing, capacity planning, and customer satisfaction.
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Middle Mile Logistics: The Connecting Link For End-to-End Logistics When one starts talking about logistics, they either focus on getting the item picked up from a location (called first mile or primary mile delivery) or the drop-off point (last mile delivery). However, in between these two legs comes the middle mile. The middle mile […]
We’re thrilled to announce that LogiNext Mile has been named a category leader for the route planning software category by GetApp, a Gartner Company. GetApp is the recommendation engine for SMBs and enterprises to make the right software choice. Category Leaders rankings highlight top-ranked North American software products.
Route planning for a handful of drivers with a single digit number of stops can be done by solutions like Google Maps but the going gets complicated when you have more drivers or vehicles and stops above 50. Optimising route planning for stops above 10 also gets complicated just because of the number of variables involved. What’s the answer to this?