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Delivering critical infrastrucure improvements and evolving ways of working in a sustainable and value added way presents challenges whilst keeping passengers moving. New technology brings opportunities to transform the passenger experience with ease of ticketing and more reliable assets which improve journey times and service frequencies.
We have a strong understanding of regulatory and operational risk environments (e.g. Health, Financial Regulation, Transportation) and have developed expertise in delivering change critical to frontline service delivery within limited budgets and to tight timelines without comprising customer service and benefits.
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We explore how taking a more strategic approach to portfolio management can maximise the long term value of change.
Most organisations face a balancing act in delivering change whilst maintaining operational delivery. In the mass transportation sector, this particularly acute due to the immediate and personal impact of disruption on the travelling public.
We have a track record in working with client teams to deliver complex change in a manner that helps them balance the urgent and the important.
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