Connexionz launches ITS projects, expands U.S. office

Posted on April 26, 2019

Connexionz announced the recent deployment of its Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)systems at three transportation providers, including a deviated fixed-route solution for California’s San Joaquin Regional Transit District; increased functionality of a real-time tracking system for the NYC Ferry Service; and a custom development of a system for iTransitNW, a regional project covering three states in North America, which integrates data from seven transit agencies.

Heading the expansion of the Connexionz U.S. office in California is Tracy O’Garro, newly-appointed customer experience manager and a member of the Connexionz international senior management team.

O’Garro brings more than 20 years of global experience providing service management and training, and now oversees all post-sales customer contact for U.S. customers.

With high demand for reliable and trusted systems, Connexionz’ ITS installations in the U.S. continue to see growth. In addition to the focused U.S. growth, the Christchurch New Zealand headquarters has also seen an increase of staff with six developers and engineers joining the staff over the last two months.

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