Increasingly, companies are looking for more efficient ways of distributing their goods and are turning to Computer‐assisted Vehicle Routeing Systems (CAVRS) to replace manual routeing systems. The aim of CAVRS is to reduce the cost of distribution without adversely affecting service. A framework of criteria developed to evaluate CAVRS packages is described, based on the proposed characteristics of an “ideal” CAVRS. The criteria represent the most important aspects that should be considered by potential users when selecting a package.
O’Neil, B. and Bommer, M. (1989), "Computer‐assisted Vehicle Routeing Systems", International Journal of Physical Distribution & Materials Management, Vol. 19 No. 9, pp. 11-17. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000000335Download as .RIS
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