Paragon has further enhanced its capabilities within Eastern Europe by launching a Polish language option of its routing and scheduling software.
With transport planning increasing in complexity across the industry, this latest version will enable transport planners to plan more efficiently in local language whether they are planning on behalf of a Polish operation, or locally for a global company.
The introduction of a Polish language interface means that Paragon’s routing and scheduling software is now available in eleven languages, supporting transport operations in 61 countries worldwide. The software is fully Unicode compliant so can be translated into any language, and for centrally deployed software environments, multiple users can access the single system at the same time using different language preferences.
William Salter, Managing Director of Paragon Software Systems commented: “We are constantly looking at ways of removing the barriers faced by planners, so they can complete their jobs simply and effectively. The Polish language option will enable local transport planning teams to plan more easily, in their preferred language, to help achieve greater levels of optimisation and efficiency.”
Earlier this year, Paragon launched the latest version of its routing and scheduling software. Amongst the developments in Version 6.10, there are a number of key features designed to enable transport operators to reduce planning time and make better use of resources. This is helping Paragon’s customers around the world to do more with less; enhance visibility of their fleet’s performance; and benefit from significant improvements in the user experience and software performance.