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New Trapeze unit to focus on mid-sized public transit

Posted on July 31, 2014

Trapeze Group announced the creation of a new business unit called TripSpark Technologies that is solely dedicated to providing hardware and software solutions to mid-sized public transport agencies, as well as all private operators.

The focus for Trapeze Group is to develop deeper relationships with enterprise customers. It is the intent of Trapeze to continue providing an integrated multi-departmental 360-degree solution based on the unique needs of large transit agencies. Product roadmaps built with customer participation is the key to driving future growth for Trapeze Group.

The focus for TripSpark Technologies is to partner with mid-sized agencies as well as private operators to align solutions with their unique business needs.

TripSpark’s focus is on developing and delivering solutions to its existing customers as well as new customers in the following industries: fixed route, demand response, non-emergency medical, ride sharing, and campus transportation.

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