DISPATCHERS HAVE A VERY DEMANDING JOB

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Imagine that a dispatchers map resembles the night sky with it’s constellations and the stars in each representing service and delivery points

Take Cancer for example with each star connected to appear like a crab” It looks like a route map with 6 points on it but the potential route combinations to choose from total 720!

Or take Aquarius with 13 stars. The route options are astronomic! How can a human plan and manage that under pressure and consistently make the best decisions over the course of a day?

To make it even harder just add some typical constraints that deepen that complexity:
  1. Customer demand for narrow time windows.
  2. Continuous clients’ queries.
  3. New orders coming in throughout the day.
  4. Tail-lift and other specific requirements.
  5. Exact load types and many other order variants.

The Challenge is to avoid complexity - the solution is Maxoptra

We understand all the difficulties dispatchers have to overcome every day. We designed Maxoptra to enable fast and efficient decision-making, in real-time, within ever-changing operational environments. Easy to use, affordable and highly customisable, Maxoptra helps companies to do more business with the same resources at a lower operational cost.

Schedule your routes with ease

At the click of a button, Maxoptra will build optimal routes for you, instantly considering all the constraints involved, whilst automatically monitoring progress, so you don’t have to. All you need to do is define your resources and jobs and hit the "plan" button.

With Maxoptra, you simply connect your own constellation of customers, without fuss – no supernovas.

Click here to read more about why and how Maxoptra can help, or request more information.

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May 2017,

I live in a crazy world where the visionary technology providers are getting all hot under the collar about deliveries being made by drones or driverless trucks. On the other hand, when meeting actual delivery companies, I see the current reality is that the majority of them rely on fixed routes with fixed drivers. One of the main reasons for this is that the regular driver knows precisely where the customer delivery point is.