Provide accurate and timely reporting with a fully
integrated reporting platform
Transit Authorities typically are public agencies that serve the populations of both metropolitan and rural areas with a combination of bus, Light Rapid Transit, subway or streetcar fleets.
They require tools to help track daily logs of events, security incidents, accidents, fare evaders, vandals, banned and other types of riders. Additionally their Human Resource (HR) and Finance departments need to be able to track liability claims resulting from accidents and any subsequent litigation to potentially fulfill federal National Transit Database (NTD) reporting requirements.
In addition to these reporting requirements, transit authorities maintain multiple complex systems requiring integration of software systems that need to share and access data such as fleet vehicles, employees, operators and other data driven systems. By employing a fully integrated reporting platform, transit authorities are able to reduce and control the proliferation of redundant data sources and the conflicts associated with these situations as well as provide accurate and timely reporting.
While platform integration for reporting purposes is critical, it is also important to ensure that these systems have a high level of role based security to ensure sensitive information is controlled, maintained and accessed with enterprise, department and rider privacy in mind.