Logistics 1.9 Update

21 March, 2017
Aliaksandra Valasiuk

It’s been a little over a month since we updated Logistics order management service. Yet the sky is the limit and today we’re happy to introduce you another update with new options and opportunities. Let us introduce Logistics 1.9

New in Reports

You’ve suggested – we’ve implemented. Now you can generate reports both for separate units/drivers and for groups of elements. The option is designed to save time for dispatchers generating reports for large fleets. 

group report Also, we’ve added an opportunity to display unit reports with detalization or without it. By choosing “without detalization” option, you’ll get a report table with unit routes only, while a “detailed” report table will contain both unit routes and embedded orders. This way you can filter necessary data to visualize in the report.


We keep on improving Logistics usability this time updating report settings. Double click will remove or add necessary columns for the report table. We’ve also simplified statistics output in unit reports – as with report columns you can use drag&drop approach here. 

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New in Notifications

In Logistics 1.9 notifications to be received by a courier can be shown in a pop-up dialogs to a dispatcher as well which allows for quick response to any changes made in routes or orders.


Aiming at prompt reaction to notifications, we’re currently working on fast transitions from pop-up notifications to the corresponding Logistics modes (routes/orders) as well as to the chat with a courier. Stay tuned and follow the news!

New in Routes

Following users’ requests, we’ve added an opportunity to quickly export routes in PDF and XLSX formats.


Furthermore, new columns – “Estimated mileage” and “Message” are now available in the exported route.

route list For your convenience we’ve we added brief explanations and tips on the new options to Logistics interface. Enjoy and leave your feedback at Gurtam forum.

Aliaksandra Valasiuk
Aliaksandra Valasiuk
Aliaksandra is an HW specialist at Gurtam with vast experience of consulting partners on the hardware, its choice, and configuration peculiarities. She is also responsible for the hardware section on gurtam.com and Gurtam forum.


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