Donna explains the two ways to split a job that is too large to fit on a single trip in this two minute quick tip video.
GP Transfer is a report file (RDL) for Microsoft Dynamics GP that can be used to extract shipping data from a sales transaction and send it to Strategic Movements for route assignment.
The Dynamics GP interface consists of two parts: a report used within Dynamics GP, and a robot application that finds the file generated by the report and uploads it into Strategic Movements.
Many organizations that provide services at customer locations, or deliver goods to customer locations are being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now may be the time to take a hard look at how transportation is handled in your organization. The starting place is a business process review.
Walzik announces GP Transfer, an interface between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Strategic Movements, their web application for route planning, scheduling, and dispatching service technicians and product delivery vehicles.
Not every ERP or other business application can divide sales or delivery orders into pieces that will fit into single vehicles. Cube and weight limits need to be considered and sometimes a single sales order might require more that one type of vehicle. The Strategic Movements job splitting functions have been provided to break a single job into two or more parts for easy assignment.
Not everyone buys their groceries at major chains like Kroger or Walmart. Throughout the country, many people shop at either independent grocers or stores that are part of small chains. And these stores are serviced by regional food wholesalers.
A route planning and scheduling application will improve operational efficiency by planning routes in much less time than a human can, and will find routes that are less expensive to operate, as well. But there are other inexpensive tools available can make the route planner’s job even easier. Let’s take a look at one of them: the high resolution panel.