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RATP Dev North America to use Ideagen cloud-based software

Posted on November 9, 2017

RATP Dev North America will integrate Ideagen Coruson software into the public transit leader’s new flagship "drive2zero" safety and security framework. Photo courtesy of RATP Dev.
RATP Dev North America will integrate Ideagen Coruson software into the public transit leader’s new flagship "drive2zero" safety and security framework. Photo courtesy of RATP Dev.
Ideagen, developers of quality, safety, audit, risk, and performance management software, announced that RATP Dev North America will integrate Ideagen Coruson software into the public transit leader’s new flagship "drive2zero" safety and security framework.

Coruson, which is a cloud-based software system for enterprise safety, quality, reporting, and incident management, will be used by RATP Dev North America to directly manage safety, risk, and operational performance across all bus, paratransit, and rail services. 

Coruson is Ideagen’s flagship cloud-based software system for enterprise safety, quality, reporting, and incident management. It is currently used by some of the largest and recognizable transport organizations in the world including the International Airlines Group – the umbrella organization for British Airways, Iberia, Vueling, and Aer Lingus – Haeco Group, Ryanair, ADAC, and HNZ Global.

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