Key Benefits of Using the Prism’s Multiple Stop Route Planner for Field Service

Prism’s Multiple Stop Route Planner for Field Service

There are different methods of organizing deliveries sold and pre-ordered products and services. Performing delivery activity in an effective way requires considering some aspects, including scheduling, route planning, dispatching, tracking the delivery vehicles and other. Most of the existing solutions still to have challenges, first of all, concerned with automation the managing and controlling routes with the multiple stops at customer locations. By integrating design and modern technologies, taking into account the delivery companies' needs and requirements, a combination the desktop and mobile programs, our developers have built the unique multiple stop route planner for companies performing delivery, equipment service, and route sales.

Our route planning software solution includes:

  • Prism Dispatch™ – a desktop visual dispatching and route map optimization software package;
  • MiniMate™ – mobile application software developed for delivery drivers, pre-order salespeople, route sales representatives and equipment service technicians for better performing their everyday work activities.

Key benefits of using the Prism’s multiple stop route planner are:

  • strategic delivery planning enables organizations: 
    • to build the replenishment strategies;
    • to develop the new sales territories;
    • to perform the scheduling for regular deliveries goods and equipment service; 
    • to provide the effective management of the personnel and fleet of vehicles; 
    • to evaluate the potential of sales for each client; 
    • to establish geographic territories of the optimal distribution and sales; 
    • to increase the company’s revenue.
Prism’s multiple stop route planner
  • daily route planning enables organizations:
    • build the most effective and reliable delivery and sales routes; 
    • to accelerate the company’s ability to perform its everyday business activities; 
    • to maximize the operating effectiveness of the delivery drivers, route sales representatives and service technicians;
    • to use fewer drivers and trucks for performing necessary deliveries; 
    • to optimize the delivery routes in the real-time when any new order is placed or some changes have been added to the schedule; 
    • to perform the priority deliveries to the most profitable accounts; 
    • to decreases the delivery costs through saving resources (vehicles, fuel, etc.) and labor force;
    • to increase the customers’ satisfaction because of providing deliveries at the time; 
    • to increase the company’s profitability.