Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) companies have invested heavily in their technology, but the major challenge will be convincing customers and authorities that data sharing will lead to improvements in journeys around the world
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As customers become more aware of what is happening with their personal information online, they want more visibility and control.
Ashley Murdoch, Corethree CEO, believes people understand that by sharing their data, they can get better service.
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The company is one of Europe’s largest mobile ticketing and data insight providers, which works with small and large transport operators and authorities.
Ashley realises the importance customers put on their data but says that MaaS providers need not gather any personal information. All data is in aggregated format and is not identifiable.
The full story is published in The Logistics Point Magazine May 2020 HERE It’s Free!