IVU Traffic Technologies has chosen to focus strongly on Italy and has thus strengthened its position in the tricolor market. How? First of all by inaugurating its new offices in the heart of Rome.

From Milan and Rome to Sicily and Sardinia, transportation companies throughout Italy rely on IVU.suite and IVU.rail market leaders IVU Traffic Technologies. Italian public transport is in the fast lane and choosing IVU.suite in an increasing number of regions. For example, Trenitalia is gradually replacing domestic flights with Frecciarossa high-speed trains, which Ferrovie dello Stato plans and schedules with IVU.rail. At the same time, Italian transport companies control their buses and trains from South Tyrol to Sicily with IVU’s comprehensive system.

Especially in recent years, IVU Italia has brought on board many new users, such as Autolinee Toscane, the Slovenian state railways SŽ, ATB in Bergamo, and Troiani Bus in Rome and Terni. To continue the success story of the Rome branch and to ensure the best possible working atmosphere for its more than 30 employees, IVU Italia moved to new offices in the Ostiense-Garbatella district overlooking St. Peter’s Basilica.

«For more than 20 years we have been continuously expanding our market position, running from record to record and winning customers beyond Italy throughout Southeastern Europe. In addition to our dedicated employees, we owe this success mainly to our very powerful software – IVU.suite», says Federico Marinucci, managing director of IVU Traffic Technologies Italia.

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