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The easiest way for businesses to manage local deliveries
Onfleet's last mile delivery software handles route optimization, dispatching, real-time driver tracking, proof of delivery, communications, analytics, and more. Onfleet powers millions of deliveries per month for thousands of companies around the world.
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In a single tap, Arrive automatically syncs with your online purchases to give you accurate up-to-the-minute updates on everything you order, across all online retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Urban Outfitters, and more.

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Once set up, Arrive displays your order receipts and shows you live map updates (so you can trace the progress of a parcel like you would an Uber ride). You can also set up push notifications and contact carriers, if a hitch should arise. We've seen this type of thing before.
The ability to order online is a lifesaver in terms of convenience and variety, especially around the holidays. Sure, the boxes pile up, but it beats having to leave the house. However, if you're a default online shopper -- these days, so many of us are -- it's easy to end up with more orders than you can can easily remember.
I'm not sure the team at Shopify's experimental Garage product development group knows this, but their latest app is basically made for me: It's a package tracking tool called Arrive that consolidates all your consumer shopping shipments in one place and makes it easy to get updates on your status, and deal with customer service if you need to.
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Routific helps businesses plan and optimize delivery routes in minutes, saving them time and maximizing fleet capacity with 40% shorter routes. We support local businesses by giving them the tools they need to manage deliveries as efficiently as Amazon.

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Digital Trends
What does a bee's "waggle dance" have to do with planning optimal delivery routes? For those of us who came up with the answer "almost certainly nothing," that might explain why we're not the brains behind Routific, a Vancouver-based startup which has developed a smart route optimization algorithm based on the way bees seek out nectar.
Environment + Energy Leader
More than 500 delivery businesses worldwide have collectively cut more than 11,000 metric tons of carbon emissions thanks to their adoption of route optimization technology. This is according to emissions data released by Vancouver-based tech company Routific today and audited by Offsetters Clean Technology.
Fast Company
For a delivery truck making rounds, minor tweaks in a route can save huge amounts of time and gas. That's why UPS spent a decade and hundreds of millions of dollars building an algorithm to help calculate where trucks should turn. A startup called Routific designed an algorithm to help everyone else-like local flower delivery companies-also save fuel.
MIT Technology Review
If you had to hand-deliver 50 packages, how would you go about planning the best route? That's a theoretical problem mathematicians and computer scientists have long tussled with, and you might even be familiar with the traveling-salesman problem yourself. Simply put, it asks: given a list of locations and the distances between them all, what...
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Routific uses AI to cut mileage and drive time by 20%-40%. Marc Kuo is the Founder & CEO of Routific. He is a routing expert with nearly a decade of experience in last-mile logistics. But he didn't always work in logistics.
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