Tags: Transport

UK names “Silicon Valley” champion

The UK government has announced the appointment of Iain Stewart, MP as the new champion for the UK’s “Silicon Valley”. Communities Secretary Sajid Javid believes that the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford corridor: “has the potential to transform into [a] globally significant economy”. To achieve that ambition. Stewart will try to draw the various stakeholders including local authorities…

iCabbi are growing up with Oracle platform

The world of passenger transportation is changing. ET spoke to Ian McDonald, Senior Business Analyst of iCabbi at Oracle OpenWorld. iCabbi is a software company for taxi firms that you might use but haven’t heard of. It is a fast growing startup that develops booking and dispatch software for the Taxi and Private Hire industry. From…

Logistics+transportation on IBM Blockchain and Watson IoT

  AOS SAS (AOS)  is a Bogotá company specializing in providing business solutions. AOS and IBM will collaborate enhance efficiency in the logistics and transport industry throughout Columbia. This will build on IBM Blockchain and Watson IoT in an IBM Cloud by:. leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) services on IBM Cloud for trucks and…

Ramco breaks into US logistics market displacing SAP

Indian ERP firm Ramco has announced that it has won a major deal in the US logistics market with G&D Integrated. This follows its success in the North American aerospace market. G&D integrated, a logistics firm with more than 20 warehouse locations based in Morton has selected a comprehensive Logistics ERP suite from Ramco. They…

ScotRail heads to the cloud with Infor while SAP steams

Infor has announced that Abellio has successfully deployed Infor EAM to replace its SAP solution at ScotRail with the purpose of improving the management of its fleet of rail stock across Scotland. The deployment is in the cloud and includes the Infor ION middleware that will integrate the EAM solution to the remaining ERP solution,…

SNCF Qliks out spreadsheets

Qlik has announced that SNCF has modernised its analytics capabilities by introducing Qlik’s visual self service capabilities across the company. The challenge for SNCF was that they used siloed HRM solutions that each feed into Excel Spreadsheets and only when the data was consolidated together would analysis be possible. This is a challenge faced by…

First Transit benefits from cloud EAM

Infor has announced that they have now completed the migration of First Transit EAM solution into the Infor Cloud and that they have already taken advantage of mobile functionality to drive costs even lower. For First Transit Inc. utilising Infor EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) has been a success with a reduction of more than 20% in…