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SaaS vs. On-Premises for Public Transportation Software: Total Cost of Ownership and More

Historically, public transit agencies and operators have been using on-premises software to manage their operations (planning and scheduling). This sector is undergoing a digital transformation, and new cloud-native, Software-as-a-Service offerings are being made available. How can one evaluate which one of the two would be more beneficial for the organization? Additionally, since SaaS and on-premises …

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Mary Dalby Joins Optibus as its Head of Customer Success, UK & Eire

We are delighted to announce that Mary Dalby is joining us as our Head of Customer Success, UK & Eire. Prior to joining us, Mary has had a long career in Customer Success in the financial services sector, with Thomson Reuters, UBS, Merrill Lynch and Accenture. Mary’s trademark is the ability to deeply understand customer …

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Five predictions about the future of transit and mobility in 2019

Mobility is rapidly changing, with new service offerings, electrification and an increasing impact on our basic transportation choices, from possibly changing whether people own a car to having a major impact on public transportation ridership.

Although it’s difficult to make predictions in such a rapidly moving market, here are five predictions for 2019 in transit and mobility

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Leon Daniels Awarded an OBE in the New Year’s Honours List

Optibus congratulates its Head of Strategy, UK, Leon Daniels, on being awarded an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. Until his retirement from TfL in December 2017 Leon was Managing Director, Surface Transport, with responsibility for delivery of all £3.5bn of road, light …

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