How to use data analytics to optimise on-demand transport

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This is the scenario that transit agencies, operators, municipalities and cities confront on a daily basis, particularly in the realm of urban mobility. Cities are struggling with a long list of mobility challenges. As populations swell and infrastructure ages, cities face ever-increasing commute times and greater congestion. The influx of new ride-sharing and alternative modes of transport leaves transportation planners without the data and tools needed to plan for the future of urban mobility for its citizens. Moovit Urban Mobility Analytics gives administrators the detailed insights needed for effective decision making and optimisation in all aspects of their cities’ urban mobility.
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It’s not the 1960s anymore, yet the industry continues to use supply chain processes and capabilities described and developed more than 50 years ago. As a result, business benefits received from supply chain planning have plateaued. This is why it’s time for a supply chain planning revolution.

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It’s not the 1960s anymore, yet the industry continues to use supply chain processes and capabilities described and developed more than 50 years ago. As a result, business benefits received from supply chain planning have plateaued. This is why it’s time for a supply chain planning revolution.

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