PC*MILER Web Services

PC*MILER Web Services interfaces PC*MILER with Web Services, .NET, and Web-based applications.

What is PC*MILER Web Services?

PC*MILER Web Services is an integration tool designed to efficiently fulfill all PC*MILER routing, mileage and mapping transactions in a simple hardware and software-agnostic system interface to any computing platform. It offers a standardized way of integrating PC*MILER with Web Services, .NET, or Web-based applications using XML (Extensible Markup Language) and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) over an Internet Protocol Backbone – all developed in Microsoft .NET.

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  • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), developed in .NET
  • Generate truck-specific routes, maps, and driving directions online without the need to purchase, install, or maintain computer software
  • Generate routes and mileage that transportation and logistics professionals use the most
  • Instant truck-specific mileage for rate calculation
  • 5 different routing options, plus combination routing and Least Cost Routing
  • Multi-stop routing
  • Route optimization and resequencing
  • High quality, customizable maps
  • Detailed driving directions with truck and trailer restriction messages
  • State/country mileage summaries for use in fuel tax reporting
  • Comprehensive route summary reports
  • A schema drive SOAP/XML interface, developed in Microsoft .NET
  • .NET 4.0 installed
Other Requirements
  • XML building and parsing tools
  • Web services tool kits
  • Account credentials including a Username, Account and Password
  • Web service client interface to create .net, java, php
  • Access to the web
Graphical User Interface
  • Internet-ready computer
  • Account credentials including a Username, Account and Password
  • Internet Browsers Supported:
    • Internet Explorer Version 7+
    • Mozilla Firefox 3+
    • Google Chrome 3+
  • Processors: server class, one or more 2.0 GHZ (minimum)
  • Memory: 2GB (1GB minimum) recommended
  • Disk space: 10GB (minimum) free space