Global Supply Chain Council
For both brands, merchants and retailers, the path to online orders across borders is still a bumpy one. Cross-border deliveries still mean back-office administrative headaches including still major bottleneck with the customs, unexpected duties and taxes, currency conversion issues, increasing risk of fraud and deliveries delays and more.
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.
Driverless cars, electricity-charged vehicles. The automotive industry is experiencing change unlike any time in history.With this change comes a breadth of challenges and wealth of opportunities that are forcing the industry to rethink supply chain processes and business strategy.New digital technologies will play a key role in overcoming planning issues, while helping companies thrive in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.
The COVID-19 crisis is disrupting life as we knew it and quickly creating a new normal. For public transportation, in particular, restrictions and city lockdowns continue to impact regular travel as communities adhere to very real concerns over physical distancing. But as we begin to think about what life will look like in the months to come, including life after COVID-19, we can see this as an opportunity to think through immediate changes that will impact our future, starting with a positive change in how we move.