Goody Goody Liquors chooses Paragon for routing

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Paragon Software Systems, a niche software company focused on vehicle routing and scheduling, announced that Goody Goody Liquors has purchased its Paragon Single Depot transportation planning software. The company will use the routing and scheduling system to develop and implement transportation schedules for its fleet of over 35 trucks located at three individual distribution centers.

Goody Goody Liquors is replacing existing operational planning software with a number of Paragon Single Depot systems to benefit from the system’s automated routing and scheduling capabilities. The Paragon software stores information about customer delivery requirements, truck capacities and drivers and generates routes and schedules that are practical, and optimized to minimize transportation costs.

Goody Goody Liquors, the number one volume liquor store chain in Dallas, operates 27 retail locations locations. Founded in 1964, the company also has 6 wholesale locations that now services between 600 and 700 hotels and restaurants in the Dallas, Houston and Longview.

“Goody Goody Liquors is focused on customer service, reducing miles, improving resource utilization and cost savings,” said William Salter, president & CEO of Paragon. “The flexibility and ease of use of Paragon’s Single Depot routing software will help them achieve those objectives. We are pleased that Goody Goody Liquors has chosen Paragon and look forward to working with them.”