DALLAS, Texas – Roadnet Technologies has launched the new Roadnet Transportation Suite 3.6.9, the latest version of its vehicle routing, tracking and fleet management software.
The update promises to deliver greater accuracy and significantly improve ciritical decision making for fleet owners, dispatchers and operators. It also incorporates Roadnet Insight – the company’s latest business intelligence offering.
“Having insight into all transportation data quickly is critical for fleets to make informed and expedited business decisions,” said Kevin Haugh, vice-president and general manager at Roadnet Technologies.“Our continued improvements to Roadnet Transportation Suite demonstrate our commitment to helping customers to keep pace with their quickly evolving business needs, while positively impacting decision-making and their bottom line.”
The full list of enhancements, according to the Roadnet press release, of the new suite includes:
· Roadnet Insight—a new domain-specific business intelligence tool (used with Roadnet Transportation Suite) that presents in-depth information about transportation, allowing users to quickly identify trends and drill down to the root cause of major variances to plan
· Territory Planner—a new feature within the editor tool that allows users to change location using unassigned routes, stop list, locate window, plotted maps, location extensions or the unrouted list
· MobileView—a timeline viewing tool that gives insights into how routes unfold throughout the day by including exceptions that occurred on a route, along with the time the exceptions occurred and additional details
· Roadnet Info Center—this feature provides information for a specific stop without having to know the region location or stop by searching across all regions
· Roadnet Web Services—an enhancement that allows users to retrieve planned arrival and departure times for a route
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