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The Future of Transport

The transport industry is under great pressure to deliver a quality, cost effective service in what are difficult times. Not only this, there is an expectation for businesses to do more to encourage growth and deliver results.

Passenger journeys in 2015/16 grew to:

  • 238 million journeys in the aviation sector
  • 252 million journeys on light rail
  • 1.6 billion journeys on British railways

According to Gartner, transportation CIOs are stepping up to take the lead in innovation. With an internal focus on digital transformation, their top three objectives are:

  • More revenue from better operations
  • Cost reduction
  • Engaging and empowering employees

Does Digital Transformation hold the key?

By using key enabling technologies as a foundation for change, businesses are able to develop disruptive and sustainable strategies.

To see more on how Cloud, Mobile, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence are transforming the transport industry, and improving customer journeys, please click here.

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