The Hidden Costs of Legacy Route Planning Tools

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 2:00PM
Moderator
Michael Levans, Group Editorial Director, American Truck Media LLC.
Panelists
Robert Oliver, Solution Architect, Quintiq

Many private fleet operators already have route planning tools in place. Others may have transportation management systems (TMS) that often offer low-cost or free routing capabilities. Staying with a cheaper legacy solution may mean some cost saving in the short term but could cost millions in the future.

Does it make sense for your organization to move up to the latest route planning technology?

we'll explore the true cost of staying with these tools and show how an upgrade to record breaking route planning technology will help you make better decisions. Join us to learn how you can:

  • Reduce planning and management costs
  • Lower execution costs
  • Improve customer and driver satisfaction

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