Celebrating Five Years of Truckstops Routing, Scheduling & OptimizationMay 24th, 2016
This year Mapmechanics (now CACI) is celebrating the fifth anniversary of their Truckstops acquisition, which saw Mapmechanics (now CACI) gain all rights to the Truckstops fleet routing solution worldwide.
In 2011 MicroAnalytics, the original creator of Truckstops, agreed to sell the Truckstops fleet routing and scheduling suite to Mapmechanics (now CACI). This was after nearly two decades of successful partnership in which Mapmechanics (now CACI) had been a Truckstops distributor, and the next step in Truckstops’ development as the world’s most widely distributed routing and scheduling solution. Since then, CACI has worked continuously to fully support and develop the suite.
Director Paul Dawsey comments “we have done a lot of work in developing Truckstops to be compatible and complimentary with the rest of our range of map based technologies, including worldwide maps and address locations. The software is more accessible than ever and you can now unlock an even greater return on investment with only minimal training.”
CACI has invested heavily in the new user interface, which is now simpler and more accessible without compromising performance capabilities or any of the powerful features. Equally crucial is the enhanced solution-finding algorithm and the fully integrated faster distance matrix generation. In addition, there is a wide range of interfacing options from Microsoft Excel sheets to direct database communication.
Truckstops’ ePOD, tracking and performance monitoring now interfaces with a range of solutions from other third party suppliers.
Users also now have access to many new features, including a much enhanced map view, streamlined and more flexible data input and fully customisable and more comprehensive reporting facilities. In addition, it is possible to email route itineraries to drivers with links for navigation. For more information on TRUCKSTOPS® route planning software, click here.
The updated version of Truckstops ultimately means that the software is more helpful on a day-to-day basis, as well as being better as a strategic tool, running scenarios faster for analysis and bid proposals. Regarding the future of Truckstops with CACI, Paul comments: “CACI will continue to invest substantially in Truckstops to help maintain its leading status whilst taking advantage of new technologies to bring further benefits to Truckstops users.”
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