Trimble launches Appian Daily Planner for route optimization

Trimble launches Appian Daily Planner for route optimization

Appian Daily Planner delivers a planning experience designed to streamline and optimize complex routing needs.

Trimble recently introduced Appian Daily Planner, a cloud-based solution for multi-stop, multi-vehicle route optimization.

According to the company, Appian Daily Planner is aimed at streamlining and optimizing the complex routing needs of multi-stop mixed and private fleets, allowing them to use a real-time planning approach.

Benefits, according to the company, include: real-time insights; configurability; an algorithm that provides optimized, streamlined daily route planning; visual cues and proactive alerts for dispatchers; and dynamic routing. Additionally, the company says that the benefits of route planning as a practice include reduced wear and tear on vehicles as well as lower fuel consumption and emissions.

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