Vontas OnTransit eliminates vendor lock-in and proprietary integrations with APIs for both in-vehicle equipment and back-office software solutions.  -  Photo: Vontas

Vontas OnTransit eliminates vendor lock-in and proprietary integrations with APIs for both in-vehicle equipment and back-office software solutions.

Photo: Vontas

Vontas announced at the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) TRANSform 2022 the modernization and renaming of its suite of transit technology solutions. 

Vontas OnTransit is a solution that decreases agency training efforts and employee onboarding time, and simplifies system operations using human-centered product designs, according to the company's news release.

"Our customers asked, and we listened. We created Vontas OnTransit to be the most agile, adaptable solution on the market," said Peter Aczel, GM, Vontas. "It's a hub for an integrated, componentized system that saves agencies money. Only implement what you need and add components as your agency and transit offerings grow." 

Vontas OnTransit eliminates vendor lock-in and proprietary integrations with APIs for both in-vehicle equipment and back-office software solutions. Vontas said transit agencies and operators can specify ITxPT-certified functionality when purchasing new or upgrading their systems, reducing integration costs, and increasing deployment speed.

Vontas OnTransit also gives agencies the option of cloud or on-premise deployment with an improvement in the "time-to-value" for new components, features, and product releases.

"Personalizing each user's experience with what's important; screens, fields, and workflows tailored for each person, role, team, or process, that's how people get things done," said Aczel. "We understand that hiring and maintaining great staff is a major focus for our customers. Therefore, we also want to ensure that new operators feel confident learning the systems, which is why OnTransit provides straightforward training for operators on vehicles, in maintenance, and in the dispatch center." 

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