A Recipe for Lean Route Planning

With Route4Me, you can create a hundred percent accurate and optimized routes in less than thirty seconds. Route planning is easy. First, you would need a computer or a laptop and a smartphone for each of your drivers. Obviously, minimal “supply” is needed.

Then, go to the Route4Me website and sign into your account. Next, upload the addresses of your customers. If an address is flagged for review, confirm it’s correct or fix the mistake. Those are the simple steps. That is it. You are done!

Remember, synchronization improves communication. Route4Me is cloud-based, so every change you make to a route on your office computer is automatically shared with your driver on their mobile app. It’s like you are using the same app at the same time.

You must be thinking, why should you waste time on route planning? Planning routes with pen and paper takes a long time. Figuring out the best way to send your driver through complex road systems is hard enough. Then, you need to account for traffic, weather, and construction in order to give your drivers accurate and efficient routes. That can take hours.

Route4Me does the hard work for you. Your routes will be ready in less than a minute. Just imagine what you could do with all that extra time…

So the bottom line is, using route optimization software guarantees that every route you give your drivers is the most efficient route possible. Your drivers will have an easier time sticking to schedule. Also, you’ll be able to serve more customers and expand your business without hiring more employees.

Overall, Route4Me allows you to reduce your expenses, improve productivity, and make more money. Who would’ve known that with such a lean “recipe” for route planning, you can get so much results and benefits?

About author: Dominic Walker

Dominic Walker works as a content marketer as part of Route4Me’s worldwide remote workforce. A teacher of over 15 years, Dom knows how to break complex ideas down to the very basics and explain them in a digestible way. He loves answering questions, so if you’re wondering about route optimization, jazz guitar, or how to land a fat bass, Dom is your guy.