Watch: Let's talk routing software

Watch: Let’s talk routing software

The current arms race to see who can deliver goods the fastest is showing no signs of slowing down, meaning that the desire for last-minute delivery thanks to retailers offering two- and one-day shipping is only increasing. With this being the case, it’s no surprise that routing software is becoming more prevalent, as it offers delivery fleets a way to cut those precious seconds and minutes out of their routes and maximize productivity.

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