Route4Me Helping Communities Plan Routes During the Pandemic

Routes During the Pandemic

We at Route4Me have made our services free of charge for all government agencies, at the federal, city, and municipality levels since March. And we’re happy to see that many food banks and community services are reporting being benefited by using Route4Me’s route optimization software to plan routes during the pandemic and deliver the critical supplies on time to every door.

An example is the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County (FSBC) which has distributed more than 3 million pounds of food in just two months and indicated that Route4Me was instrumental in making the delivery routes to seniors seamless. The foodbank used Route4Me’s route optimizer to direct their drivers to pick up food and deliver it to locations seamlessly to avoid getting into time-consuming and complex route planning hassles.

“It’s critical. Without the software, it would be a huge mess. Route4Me allowed us to start the program up quickly and help more people,” said Lacey Baldiviez, Director of Community Programs and Education at FSBC.

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