Cubic selects 360 Scheduling

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Cubic Transportation Systems, a leading turnkey solution provider of automated fare collection systems for public transport, has awarded 360 Scheduling a contract to supply a real-time mobile workforce planning and scheduling system.

We are delighted that Cubic has made the decision to select our real-time scheduling solution after a highly-competitive 12-month selection process, said Laurent Othach, CEO of 360 Scheduling.  We worked hard to demonstrate to Cubic not only that our technology was a perfect fit to their requirements, but also that we are the partner of choice to integrate automated resource scheduling into their existing field service management system, continued Othach.


About 360 Scheduling

Headquartered in Nottingham, England, 360 Scheduling is the worlds leading provider of mobile workforce scheduling. In addition to real-time route planning and enterprise-class optimization, the 360 Dynamic Scheduling Engine offers predictive deployment capabilities, demand forecasting, performance analysis and resource profiling in a Service Oriented Architecture platform. The 360 Dynamic Scheduling Engine is the industry benchmark, which has been adopted by many vendors of Mobility and Service Management applications.


About Cubic

Cubic Transportation Systems is the world's leading full-service systems provider of automated fare collection systems for public transport including bus, bus rapid transit, light rail, commuter rail, heavy rail, ferry and parking. Every year, nearly 10 billion rides are taken worldwide using Cubic fare collection systems. Cubic Transportation Systems has delivered over 400 automated fare collection projects in 40 major markets on five continents, and offers security solutions developed specifically for public transportation infrastructure. The Cubic Defense Applications group is a world leader in realistic combat training systems, mission support services and defense electronics.

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