ACT, a Fujitsu company, has launched Account Based Ticketing (ABT) for ITSO*, a straightforward way to deploy ABT by leveraging existing ITSO smart-ticketing infrastructure.
ACT, a Fujitsu company, has just released a brand-new white paper which explores six recommendations to achieve ABT (Account Based Ticketing) success.
Across the world, transport stakeholders are collaborating to build sustainable cities of the future. As part of this overarching effort, many are looking to implement more flexible and convenient transport ticketing as a way to influence sustainable travel habits among local populations.
ACT, a Fujitsu company, is delighted to announce that Dave Spillett, Senior Solutions Architect, will be presenting ‘the journey from smart ticketing to Account Based Ticketing’ at the Transport Card Forum, 24-25 September 2019.
ACT, a Fujitsu company, is proud to announce that Fujitsu, ACT, Merseyrail and Greater Anglia have been shortlisted in the Transport Times National Transport Awards for the category of Transport Team/Partnership of the Year. Fujitsu’s STARdesktop, smart enablement, early adoption project displayed exemplary collaboration across the four organisations to deploy smart ticketing on Rail.
ACT, a Fujitsu company, will be offering live demonstrations of its Account Based Ticketing solution at Fujitsu World Tour, Novotel London West, 4 July.
ACT showcases Account Based Ticketing in Finland ACT, a Fujitsu company, exhibited Actora Account Based Ticketing (ABT) at Fujitsu World Tour, Helsinki last week. The event was attended by over 850 delegates who were keen to explore Fujitsu’s offerings across four key business areas: Cloud and Hybrid IT, Digital Business Solutions, Security, and Client
ACT, a Fujitsu company, has announced that Gary Watts, Chairman and Executive Director, is embarking on a 12-month sabbatical from the business commencing 1 February 2019.
During a period of over 15 years, Gary has taken the company from a technology start up to a market-leading digital ticketing business. Throughout this time, ACT has supported transport organisations across the UK, delivering innovative ticketing technologies for concessionary travel, multi-operator commercial solutions and, more recently, account-based ticketing.
ACT, a Fujitsu company, is set to enable smoother journeys and flexible ticketing on public transport with the launch of Actora Account Based Ticketing (ABT).
Currently, public transport users, outside of London, are presented with a bewildering number of options when choosing the most cost-effective ticket for their journeys. To select the best value ticket, passengers need to know the cost of a multitude of ticket options and their travel plans for the week ahead. It’s a time consuming, inconvenient and inflexible way to buy transport tickets.