Route optimization refers to the process of finding the most cost-efficient route that considers all relevant real-life factors. AllRide’s solution goes beyond simply calculating the shortest routes between touchpoints; we help you find the best multi-stop delivery routes and optimize fuel costs. AllRide’s route optimization solution solves some of the most common industry challenges, which include -
AllRide’s highly configurable route optimization solution benefits businesses that want the most efficient allocation and routing strategy. Applicable across all kinds of optimization problems and use cases.
As the solution provider, AllRide surveys multiple fleet business owners to identify the most common challenges these industries face and provides premier solutions. Some of them include:
Advanced vehicle telematics can solve a number of industry challenges by collecting and processing information automatically that would otherwise take an era to solve. allRide provides a comprehensive fleet management solution with advanced vehicle telematics to multiple small, mid-size, and enterprise-level Fleet Businesses.
AI-backed route planning and optimization significantly streamlines operations. AllRide’s solution plans dynamic routes considering real-life constraints, like order type, preference, priority, business requirements, and so on.
Optimizing deliveries enhance the first attempt delivery rate (FADR) by optimizing dispatch and delivery routes and improving communication between the customer and the delivery agents. You can also offer your customers preferred delivery slots.
AllRide lets you track your fleet in real-time and view the expected vs. planned routes. Drivers and fleet operators get live alerts about unexpected halts, potential deviation from the plans, exceeding break times, etc. to increase operational transparency.
Route optimization enables businesses to handle on-demand orders better by clubbing orders together. Multiple deliveries along the same route or in the same neighborhood can be clubbed under one order, to handle high order volumes efficiently.