Implementing ABT: Strategies and best practices for a seamless transition - Supported by Almaviva
The implementation of a groundbreaking Account Based Ticketing (ABT) system isn't just a hurdle; it's an opportunity for organizations to revolutionize the way we interact with public transit.
In this captivating discussion, we'll delve deep into the technical and organizational challenges organizations face as they navigate the transition from traditional ticket and card-based systems to the dynamic world of ABT. Our focus? Ensuring a seamless and transparent experience for travelers every step of the way.
One crucial factor in successfully managing this transition is the setting up of a strong and modern central Automated Fare Collection (AFC) system that can efficiently handle already installed ticketing devices, channels as validator, TVM and other channels.
By having a back-end separated from the devices themselves, organizations can streamline their operations and optimize their resources, saving previous investments.
This roundtable discussion will examine into the choices available to organizations as they navigate these challenges and explore potential design approaches that will facilitate a seamless transition towards ABT based on successful use cases.
Additionally, the discussion will examine different provisioning strategies for both the central AFC system and peripheral devices and channels to ensure smooth integration throughout all areas of operation.
Don't miss out on this exhilarating roundtable discussion where innovation meets implementation, and together, we'll pave the way towards a future of seamless and traveler-centric ticketing experiences!