AI Magazine Issue 9 2018

Acquisition International - Issue 9 2018 65 their entire ticket estate. We’re not productised but focussed on delivering a service and we commit to not sitting still. We are always willing to experiment, try new technologies, new services, and new business models and have the strength to recognise what is commercially not sustainable as well as what is.” Says Simon Pilgrim, Corethree’s Business Development Manager. Looking ahead to what the future holds, Corethree will continue to grow its transport client base in the UK and overseas. In addition to this, Corethree is also striving to develop visibility and credibility in the Events market. Ashley signs off by highlighting what the future holds for the firm. “Corethree has access to nine years of travel data; we’re keen to now begin to explore howML can be applied and look for knowledge stored within the data and then apply the knowledge to the benefit of our clients and their end users. “Longer term, Corethree has plans to develop MaaS solutions, integrate Bluetooth technologies, Paratransit solutions working with potential new clients in Latin America, India, Europe and the USA.” Bridging the Gaps Between Operator and Customer