Delight Your Customers With Fast Deliveries & Accurate ETAs
Saves traveling time as you go through the most efficient Route scheduling Software.
Our Route Planning Software saves money on tolls by providing an efficient route that has minimum possible tolls in between.
Automate your delivery planning with Our Route optimization
Route Optimization (RO) is the process of finding the most cost-effective route, given a set of specific business parameters. It comes out to be a complex task especially when there are a number of touchpoints. Our Route Optimization facility provides real-time visibility of the fleet with a live vehicle tracking system.
Track Route progress in real time
Track vehicle location, route progress and late or missed stops instantly. Single window for all your Vehicle trips & job-sheets
Improve Route Performance & Maximize ROI
Are some of your routes always delayed? Compare planned vs. actual route-wise performance, drill into individual route histories. Improve routes, increase vehicle utilisation time and maximize ROI
Share Live ETAs & Delays
Improve customer communication and operational efficiency with real-time route tracking, automatic ETA alerts, and instant route updates
Frequently asked Questions
What is the best app for route planning?
Fleetx’s Smart Route Planning Software offers businesses the ability to choose the most efficient route for their trucks and offer their customers accurate real-time ETAs. Using route optimisation, businesses can automate delivery planning to improve route performance and track route progress in real-time. It also makes it easier to share Live ETAs and delays and maximise ROI with each trip.
What is route management software?
A route management software aids your business in route planning ensuring your vehicle takes the most efficient route for each trip. Route management software enables you to automate delivery planning and allows tracking of your vehicle in real-time. Moreover, it enables your business to share live ETAs and delays with your clients to improve customer experience, thus, providing end-to-end route management.
Does Google Maps have a route planner?
Yes, Google Maps indeed have a route planner with limited functions mostly used for personal route planning. A user can create driving directions for a route by adding upto 9 stops/locations, excluding the current location on their route. The feature also provides the user with an ETA for each stop along with the total distance and navigation for each stop added to the route map. However, google maps lack any feature for route optimisation which is a critical requirement for commercial trucks.
What is the best way to plan a route with multiple stops?
For personal use, Google Maps can offer a usable option to plan a route with up to 9 spots excluding the starting point. However, for commercial use, the best way to plan a route with multiple stops is through smart route planning software that is designed to automate delivery planning and provide the most efficient route for your trips. Moreover, they also offer real-time route optimisation which is key to improving operating efficiency.
Why is route planning important?
Logistics & Transportation services rely heavily on route planning to plan the most efficient routes for their operations in order to maximise their ROI. Efficient route planning is critical for sustaining profitable business operations as taking the most efficient routes will reduce the distance required to be travelled, thus, reducing delivery times as well as fuel consumption for your vehicles.
What are the key elements of route planning?
Several critical parameters such as delivery timelines, vehicle speed, cost, fuel consumption, etc that affect route planning depend on elements such as type of roads, traffic, crossings, and tolls, among others thus, affecting route planning efficiency. Other key elements that directly affect and can alter route planning are the number of stops, the weight of goods, loading and unloading times, required paperwork at each delivery and driving schedules. Evaluation of such parameters is absolutely critical for efficient and accurate route planning.
What is route planning and scheduling?
Route planning is the process of planning and optimising routes on the basis of vehicle availability and delivery timelines and by factoring in other parameters and constraints such as transportation cost, traffic, distance, and vehicle load, among others. On the other hand, route scheduling deals with arrival and service time for each stop and concerns the workforce availability in adherence with all compliances. Routing and scheduling are integrated in more than one way and thus need to be optimised to maximise operating efficiency and reduce cost.
What is the Difference between Route planning and route optimisation?
Route planning is the process of determining and planning for the shortest route between two stops with a minimum number of checkpoints between them. While route optimisation is the process of determining the most efficient and cost-effective route between two or more points. Moreover, route optimisation allows fleet managers to dynamically adjust routes and ETAs in real-time based on changing parameters such as traffic, loading & unloading delays, and accidents which can significantly alter delivery schedules.