Paragon has responded to growing demand from domestic and international transport fleets by launching a Japanese language option of its leading routing and scheduling software. This latest version will further expand the company’s capabilities in South East Asia by helping Japanese transport teams plan more easily to achieve greater levels of optimisation and efficiency.
Paragon’s software is fully Unicode compliant so can be translated into any language, irrespective of special character requirements. Its routing and scheduling software is now available in ten languages, supporting over 1,100 transport businesses operating in 59 countries worldwide. For centrally deployed software environments, multiple users can access the single system simultaneously using their individual language preferences.
William Salter, Managing Director of Paragon Software Systems commented: “The Japanese language option will make it easier for local transport planning teams to plan quickly and easily in their preferred language. We are removing any barriers these planners face, so they can get on and do what they are good at simply and effectively. This latest development will support a number of domestic retail and logistics customers, as well as global clients that are looking to expand their use of Paragon globally.”
Earlier this year, Paragon launched the latest version of its routing and scheduling software. Version 6.0 has more than 60 enhancements including significant improvements to the Planning and Paragon Live modules, so customers worldwide can achieve optimised transport plans that reduce fleet costs, improve customer service levels and boost operational performance.