Dakota Integrated Solutions Ltd, a real-time data capture, printing, mobility and voice-enabled solution specialist, is delighted to announce that it has recently joined the Rail Forum, a national industry body based at the heart of one of the largest clusters of rail companies in the world.
With members which span the whole industry, from global corporations to micro-SMEs, asset owners to manufacturers, digital solutions providers to passenger and freight operators, the Rail Forum is an inclusive not for profit organisation providing a range of services to its members, including the facilitation of connections between clients and suppliers whilst supporting growth, exports and innovation.
John Griffith, Business Development Manager at Dakota, comments “Our new membership of the Rail Forum means that we will be able to offer our range of solutions to its community, helping them meet the industry’s challenges whilst assisting them to engage in best practices through the adoption, promotion and advancement of high-tech innovation. Our solutions offer seamless integration into any host system, allowing for the full connectivity of people, assets and data, while inbuilt data-rich reporting tools and dashboards give users real-time operational visibility and a rapid return on investment.”
Having forged close working relationships with leading hardware and software technology vendors over the years to deploy data capture solutions within a variety of industries and environments, Dakota provides full integration expertise across a broad range of applications. Offering a knowledgeable and consultative sales approach, Dakota is proud to offer a value-added service to its customers, providing recommendations and helping to select the right devices and technologies for its clients’ specific and diverse requirements to deliver enriched operational intelligence, increased worker productivity and enhanced efficiency.
Griffith continues, “The last few years have seen a huge resurgence within the rail industry thanks to large investments in projects such as Crossrail, Thameslink, the East West Rail Alliance and HS2. This in turn has led to a new way of thinking in terms of the adoption of new technologies, which is quickly becoming a hot topic of conversation with railway decision makers. We are delighted that our new Rail Forum Membership will allow us to present our high-quality and forward-thinking solutions to the community, which will help them to not only promote success, but to also achieve positive growth.”