Management & Operations

Versyss acquires Teleride ITS Software

Posted on June 17, 2002

Versyss Transit Solutions Inc. has acquired all of the software and other assets of Teleride Inc., formerly based in Toronto, Canada. Versyss, with a concentration in the charter, tour and line run areas of the industry, has provided software solutions to the transportation marketplace for 25 years. Teleride, a leading provider of intelligent transportation systems for the public transit and demand-responsive markets supplied a suite of integrated products for over 20 years to transit properties throughout North America. The acquisition of the Teleride software and staff brings to Versyss additional specialized expertise in transit and in the creation and deployment of Windows based applications. The applications, which have been significantly upgraded include the following modules: Demand-Responsive Scheduling and Dispatch, Fixed-Route Scheduling, and Driver Management. For more information visit www.versyss.com or www.teleride.com

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