EASYTERRITORY ANNOUNCES OCTOBER 2016 RELEASE

Posted By Kent Young on Sep 27, 2016 |


The October 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.55.6) will be available on 10/3/2016! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today.

RELEASE NOTES

  • New create and edit record capability for spreadsheet-uploaded point data
  • Improvements to the partitioning function with new capabilities
  • New markup workflow auto-subdivides a territory into zones around contained partitions
  • Improvements to the territory realign and markup builder intelligence
  • Joining data to an existing layer with column name collisions is now supported
  • New multi-level undo/redo capability on shape and territory editing!
  • Configurable date and date-time format display
  • Improved geocoding intelligence reduces the need for users to configure data columns
  • Markup-builder now randomizes first territory color for when creating multiple consecutive territories
  • Expanded WMS support for popular-format tile servers
  • Improved ADFS integration

CREATE AND EDIT RECORDS FROM SPREADSHEET-UPLOADED DATA

For Excel or CSV point data uploaded into EasyTerritory, you can now add, edit, relocate and delete records. For a demo of this new capability, check out the following video:

IMPROVEMENTS TO THE PARTITIONING FUNCTION WITH NEW CAPABILITIES

The partitioning feature of EasyTerritory was greatly improved in this release. Algorithm improvements reduced crossover and improved clustering. Users can now add a shape-stat column into the computation so that things like “customer rating” or “sales revenue” can be distributed across your team. The new “range” option for start-stops allows you to specify multiple start locations such as service technician home addresses. Finally, you can now force the same number of stops per partition while still maintaining control over total driving and service times. For more information on advanced partitioning, check out the following video:

AUTO-SUBDIVIDE TERRITORIES USING PARTITIONING

Large territories can be divided into smaller zones using a new feature that makes use of the partitioning feature of EasyTerritory. For a full demo of this feature you can check out this videohttps://downloads.easyterritory.com/videos/helpdocs/SubdivideTerritory.mp4