has developed software to solve complex route optimization and
distribution problems. NetRouter, Incorporated is the developer of
NetRouter™, a sophisticated application for truck routing, distribution
modeling, distribution planning, performing “what if” analysis for the
best location for a distribution center, and determining the best
assignment of distribution centers to customer locations. NetRouter,
Incorporated’s total business is the development, marketing and support
of the NetRouter™ software product.
Incorporated’s expertise is in designing, developing, and consulting
with companies with their own private truck fleet, or service call
vehicles, to optimize the distribution function such that costs are
minimized, while maintaining a high-level of customer service.
NetRouter™ can be used for optimizing service calls, deliveries and
irregular routes in both metropolitan areas and between cities/towns.
In July 2004, NetRouter, Inc. was accepted into the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) and the
Clean Energy Incubator.
ATI is a non-profit organization that harnesses local businesses,
government, and academic resources and is a key program of the IC2
Institute at the University of Texas at Austin. ATI provides strategic
counsel, operational guidance and infrastructure support. Since its
inception in 1989, ATI has fostered the growth of over 140 high-tech
companies, graduated more than 70, and seen five of them reach the