As technology revolutionizes the world across all aspects of our day to day lives, it is fascinating to imagine what the future will bring. In fact, in order for businesses to stay competitive, they must adapt to the rapidly changing technology trends in their industry.
IT-TRANS is the global hub for IT solutions in the public transport industry, that host the leading International Conference and Exhibition in the world. The key focus at the 2016 conference in Germany will be surrounding the extensive upsurge in data available to public transport companies and its potential for a customer service revolution. They will also examine how the increase of data can improve services, operations and boost revenues for companies. Other topics that will be examined in 2016 include how IT allows the greater integration of public transport within the wider urban environment, traffic management, and integrated mobility platforms. The UITP Secretary General Alain Flausch stated "The growth of IT tools in public transport and the opportunities offered by our increasingly connected cities is a major trend affecting public transport....IT-Trans 2016 will play a key role both in spurring innovation and guiding the sector in these rapidly changing times."
Meanwhile, technology has made it possible for CoachCrafters to improve communication and enhance our customers experience. Technology has allowed us to offer our clients the "Online Client Center", which permits clients to track the weekly progress of each of their projects. The real time updates reflect detailed information and pictures. To learn more about our innovative and affordable bus solutions stop by
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