Friday 25 July 2014

Upcoming new features and platforms in development

We're continually working on new features and increasing platform support to make Speedy Route even better and easier to use. Here's a sneak peek at what's in the pipeline and currently under development:

  • Being able to set the finish location of the route that is different from the start location
  • Sharing the results of a calculated route with others by an email or website link
  • Associating custom fields / user data with each address row for import / export
  • Time-boxing / prioritising locations that must be visited at a certain time on the route
  • Extra multi-vehicle calculation options such as maximum locations per vehicle
  • Individual start locations for multi-vehicle calculations instead of one start location 
  • Quickly reversing the direction of a calculated loop and updating the directions
  • Reporting the time and distance savings made after calculating an optimal route
  • Manually re-ordering locations after a route calculation and recalculating the directions
  • An iOS (iPhone/iPad) version of Speedy Route to complement our current Android App
  • Integration of the Android and iOS app versions with the website for Bulk Add locations

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Tuesday 15 July 2014

Speedy Route now supports multiple vehicles

You may have noticed an extra drop down list that has appeared on the Speedy Route website in the last few days, with the title 'Maximum Number of Vehicles'.

You can now instruct Speedy Route that it may use more than one vehicle when calculating the optimal route from your depot to your customer's locations if appropriate. The different vehicle route locations are shown on the map in different colours so they really stand out.

Try it out either with 'Return to Start Location' checked or unchecked. If 'Return to Start Location' is left unchecked, the routes often resemble a 'star' pattern radiating from your depot, while 'Return to Start Location' checked produces different loop routes for your different vehicles.

Give it a try!

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