MM Territories Pro: door-drop rounds & routes
Creating rounds, routes or territories
Developed specifically for fast creation of many territories while still enabling the user to have detailed interaction with the planning. This software helps you create territories that:
- are automatically & systematically named
- have associated street maps and street lists
- balance your chosen variables
- avoid excessive road crossing
- are simple to describe to field-force
- can exclude specific addresses if required
- can be built from areas (e.g. unit postcodes) or segments of the road network
- can be constrained to lie entirely within specified containing polygons (eg. postcode sectors)
- prioritise exact counts or contiguous areas depending upon the way your business works
- automatically fills component name field (e.g. unit postcode or street) with the territory name
Who uses MM Territories Pro?
Anyone needing to make lots of territories and generate maps and streets lists for each one, will find this software invaluable. Customers using MM Territories include TNT door drop distribution, Thomson Directories and Deya (the company employed by Yellow Pages and BT to distribute their directories across the whole of the country).
Support and assistance with your territory generation software
Purchasing and logistics manager at Thomson Directories explained when they first used MM Territories:
“We could have asked them to do the work for us on a project basis, but we felt it would be better in the long run to learn the system for ourselves. What we did find, though, is that they were very responsive when it came to backup, and were always available to resolve any difficulties we had.”
He says his staff were particularly impressed with MapMechanics’ use of the WebEx Web-based real-time online demonstration system. This allows specialists at the MapMechanics head office to run through procedures on screen while Thomson Directories users watch in real time on their own computers. MapMechanics can also see the software that is resident on users’ computers.