Marc Kuo is the Founder & CEO of Routific, a route optimization platform for growing delivery businesses. Our mission is to green the planet by reducing the mileage and fuel consumption of delivery fleets. With over a decade of experience in the last-mile industry, he has advised hundreds of delivery businesses on their route planning and delivery operations.
Latest blog posts
Solving the Vehicle Routing Problem (2023)
The Vehicle Routing Problem is everywhere, and solving it is critical in helping to facilitate the movement of goods and services through local delivery.
How To Optimize Delivery Routes With Google Maps
Learn how to plan and optimize your routes for multiple stops with Google Maps. And when you should use an alternative. Find out more!
Solving The Traveling Salesman Problem For Deliveries
The Traveling Salesman Problem is the challenge of finding the shortest, most efficient route around a list of specific destinations.
How To Start A Courier Business: 4 Essential Steps
Four essential steps to starting a successful, profitable courier business. A roadmap to help you get off the ground, with concrete tips to scale efficiently.
How to use Mapquest Route Planner For Deliveries
Mapquest Route Planner can help small home delivery businesses optimize their delivery schedules. Here's how you can make the most of this tool.
Grow Your Online Sales With A 5-Star Delivery Experience
Routific presented at Barn2Door's DIRECT Conference. We shared some best practices for growing sales with a 5-star delivery experience. Here they are.
The Innovators: Routific Finds Its Way Around The Pandemic
With its promise to optimize delivery of goods, the Vancouver software company's customer base more than doubled in the months after COVID-19 hit
6 Ways Your Delivery Fleet Can Lower Its Carbon Footprint
Do you have a small delivery fleet? It's easier than you think to lower your carbon foot print. Advice from leaders in fleet management and delivery.
How Delivery Businesses Are Fighting Climate Change
If you are still manually planning your routes, I would like to convince you that you can plant 86 trees a year for every driver that you employ. But how?