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Rail Asset Management Market by Condition Monitoring, Predictive Maintenance, Rolling Stock & Infrastructure forecast to 2024

According to a research report Rail Asset Management Market by Solution (Condition Monitoring, Predictive Maintenance, Asset Planning & Scheduling, Analytics, Workforce Management & Security), Services, Application (Rolling Stock & Infrastructure), and Region – ****** Forecast to 2024″, published by MarketsandMarkets, the ****** rail asset management market size to grow from USD 9.0 billion in 2019 to USD 12.3 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.4% during the forecast period.

Major factors expected to drive the growth of the rail asset management industry include increasing adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) and other automation technologies to enhance optimization and address the issue of increasing congestion due to aging railway infrastructure.

Dynama joins the National Guard Association of the United States as a Platinum member

Dynama’s Senior advisor, Lieutenant General Sir Mark Mans, and F-35 program partner, Andromeda Systems Inc, will attend the NGAUS Annual Industry Day in Washington DC on 11th December 2018

London, UK, November 14, 2018 – Dynama, a leading provider of resource management, workforce optimization and organizational design software, has announced its Platinum membership of the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS). NGAUS membership follows the success of Dynama’s recent work with Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI) on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program, a focal point of the Department of Defense for delivering affordable next-generation strike aircraft weapon systems for the Navy, Air Force and Marines. As part of the NGAUS’s 22nd Annual Industry Day at the National Guard Memorial in Washington DC on 11th December 2018, Dynama and ASI staffs will be joined by Dynama’s senior UK military advisor Lieutenant General Sir Mark Mans.

Staying ahead in the competitive cruise industry – part two, from Dynama

Large cruise companies are getting even bigger, posing the question of how to manage their formidable crewing resources?

London, UK, November 09, 2018 – In the second of his two-part blog series, Lee Clarke takes a closer look at integration and the big data benefits afforded by today’s Workforce Optimization solutions

Staying ahead in the competitive cruise industry

It’s time for large cruise lines to up their game as their smaller counterparts monopolize the bucket-list generation. Lee Clarke explains how workforce optimization can help gain mind and market share

London, UK, November 02, 2018 – Industry pundits call it “transformational cruise travel” and it’s a growing phenomenon. According to the 2018 Cruise Travel Report[i], this type of cruising is set to become a top trend for the coming year as travellers seek new experiences from “cultural immersion and voluntourism to extreme adventures”. It goes on to say that millennials in particular focus on river and small ships because they satisfy their need for ever diverse itineraries and destination experiences that reach far beyond walking and coach tours and offer exciting options for the perfect “Instagram moment”!

HFX partners with Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School sponsoring young talent

Workforce management solution provider supports arts school as part of CSR programme that focuses on people first

London, UK, August 31, 2018 – HFX, provider of SaaS flexitime and workforce management solutions, is delighted to announce that it has partnered with the Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School and is a Platinum Corporate Sponsor of the school’s Variety Showcase event being held at Hackney Empire on Saturday, 15 September 2018. The annual event showcases talent from the Anna Fiorentini School and attracts over 1,200 attendees, with profits going to the Fiorentini Foundation. It is a culmination of arts training and confidence building of the students aged between 4 to 18 years old. The sponsorship supports HFX’s corporate social responsibility programme that builds on its company ethos of people first – enabling individuals to contribute to the modern workplace in a flexible working environment.

The future of voice – a six step survival guide for contact centers, from Teleopti

According to Annika Edberg at Teleopti, voice is no longer the endangered species many would have us believe. It all comes down to adaptability and flexible workforce management (WFM)

London, UK, February 28, 2018 – Voice may no longer be at the top of everyone’s technology wish list but the old beast still has plenty of life left. Just listen to the experts: research indicates that inbound telephone calls to live agents today account for 65.3% of all contacts with 53% of professionals claiming that this type of interaction is likely to increase greatly, slightly or simply stay the same in the foreseeable future.[i] In today’s multi-channel contact centers, the continued existence of voice as a popular communications method puts added pressure on managers seeking to create a seamless, blended call experience for customers by ensuring the appropriately skilled agents are available to deal with telephone, email, chat, sms and social media at the right time.