Rio Grande Pacific featured in Dell EMC IT Transformation maturity study

New Research: Organizations Overhauling IT Will Leapfrog Competition HOPKINTON, Mass., April 10, 2018 News Summary:  Dell EMC announced the results of a new IT Transformation maturity study surveying 4,000 IT decision makers worldwide Survey data shows transformed companies are 22x more likely to get new products and services to market ahead of the competition 81% of firms agree if they do not embrace IT Transformation, their companies will no longer be competitive in their markets, up from 71% in 2017 96% of survey respondents have Digital Transformation initiatives underway and there is a clear connection between IT Transformation maturity and Digital Transformation progress Full Story:                                                                                                                                         Dell EMC today announced the results of new research conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) into the benefits of IT Transformation which validates that IT Transformation can result in bottom-line benefits that drive business differentiation, innovation and growth. Today's business landscape is rife with disruption, much of it driven by organizations using technology in new or innovative ways. In order to survive...
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Cisco Case Study: Commuter Railroad Building a Foundation Based on Growth

Cisco Case Study: Commuter Railroad Building a Foundation Based on Growth

With Cisco, today's railroad can run on complex analytics. It's a major breakthrough that's unlocked insights into what's happening on a second-by-second basis.   -Jason Brown, Chief Technical Officer, RGP Transit. Digital Trends Take to the Tracks Transportation companies around the world are transforming themselves by using new digital technology to communicate and collaborate, while extracting data on critical infrastructure elements—where it counts and in real time. Rewards include improved safety, less expense and service disruption, as well as happier customers. A leader in that digital trend is Rio Grande Pacific Corporation (RGPC). Managing four short line railroads across six states, the Texas-based company runs passenger and freight operations, while providing ancillary services such as signaling systems and third-party dispatching. When Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) awarded its operation and maintenance contract in June 2016, RGPC was tapped to provide maintenance of way, dispatching, and signalling and communications systems services for the A-train, it’s commuter rail line. In addition, RGPC was tasked with updating...
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