Paragon adds user defined business constraints to its route optimization software
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Paragon adds user defined business constraints to its route optimization software

November 29, 2011 -- Paragon Software Systems, Inc. ( is now offering User Defined Feasibility Checks as standard to all its routing and scheduling optimization software customers.  This new functionality goes one step further to ensuring that planned transportation schedules are realistic and practical by allowing users to apply their own business constraints to route planning and optimization processes.

The innovative User Defined Feasibility Check option can be used to ensure that: all deliveries are completed before any collections are scheduled; certain customers always go on the same route; certain delivery types are always completed before others; or specific customers are always first on a route due to unloading difficulties.

“Paragon’s unique comprehensive set of parameters allows customers to control the routing optimization process. These special features ensure that the transportation plans are both realistic and practical. With its ability to include customers’ specific business constraints, the software extends its power to work for them, saving them considerable time while increasing efficiency and service and reducing costs,” says Phil Ingham, Paragon Support Director.

This special configuration feature extends the ability to use routing optimization in areas where companies have put off investing in technology because they assumed it would not help. Now they can simply use Paragon’s extended flexibility to produce optimized routes and schedules that fit around their individual operational needs, such as “deliver to company A first every day on route B regardless of every other scheduled delivery”.

The User Defined Feasibility Check is one of the many reasons why companies choose Paragon’s Windows-based software to computerize their transportation planning. The software enables all types of transportation planning, including dynamic and fixed routes and schedules, and strategic modeling, making it the choice of companies such as Martin-Brower, Toyota Material Handling USA, CEVA, Exel Supply Chain, Life Gas, AgReliant Genetics and National Food Corporation.



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