Small-fleet routing software

ArcLogistics, the GIS-based routing and scheduling software from ESRI, is now available as a software plus services solution. Small fleets can now take advantage of the program by downloading the software and leveraging web services, which include street maps and imagery for route display as well as route solvers, all hosted by ESRI. Subscription prices are based on the number of trucks a fleet needs

ArcLogistics, the GIS-based routing and scheduling software from ESRI, is now available as a software plus services solution.

Small fleets can now take advantage of the program by downloading the software and leveraging web services, which include street maps and imagery for route display as well as route solvers, all hosted by ESRI. Subscription prices are based on the number of trucks a fleet needs to route. If interested, download the software and try it free for 30 days.

The new release builds on the results of the previous desktop version developed in the 1990s. Like earlier versions, this release requires no GIS knowledge; its workflow-driven interface provides a step-by-step process for entering and scheduling locations, vehicle, driver/crew and order information.
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