The postal sector and digitalization. A love-hate relationship

Posted by Bojan Šneberger on Aug 29, 2017 9:13:00 AM

In the age of digitalisation, postal operators face many challenges. However, these come hand-in-hand with exciting opportunities that are crucial for digital transformation of the postal sector into services that stay relevant for the future generation.

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Topics: intralogistics

Virtualisation of traffic

Posted by Luka Zadel on Aug 25, 2017 2:41:42 PM

We live in a world where time is money. The world of IT is no exception to this and it might even be said that it is setting the standard for the saying. To get as much return on your investment as possible, you want a product that is solid so it will need as little bug fixing as possible. Fixing a bug takes manpower and that costs money.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Software Testing

Travel supported by Chatbots - how does that work?

Posted by Marko Javornik on Aug 8, 2017 1:22:54 PM

How will travelling look like in the future? Will we have the same user experience or will we have completely new means of transportation? The one thing we know for sure in Comtrade Digital Services is that airborne travel can feel completely differently for travelers – even today! How? – Get inspired by John, who is using our new Chatbot for Airlines and is being guided throughout his entire journey.

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Topics: Digital transformation of airlines

Engaging with Digital Consumers in Retail Banking

Posted by Matt Elton on Apr 20, 2017 12:48:17 PM
Digital - An Opportunity for Luxembourg

Consumers in Luxembourg are certainly amongst the most digitally savvy, typically having access to the latest technology and some of the best connectivity in Europe.

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Topics: Fintech

Life without a privately-owned car

Posted by Marko Javornik on Apr 13, 2017 5:30:44 PM

I had the pleasure of speaking at the Singapore ITS Summit 2017, which has just concluded. Singapore is such an amazing country that offers so much to learn from. While we are working hard in Europe to create mobility services that would get rid of the second and third family car, 55% of households in Singapore do not own a car at all. There are about 100 privately owned cars per 1,000 citizens compared to 500 cars in Europe. The country’s efforts to decrease the number of privately cars further have met with success, while the number of private cars in Europe is increasing in many countries. And yet, Singapore has one of the most efficient, affordable and clean transportation systems. While it feels funny talking to them about the “Mobility-as-a-Service” movement in Europe, they have the culture of wanting to improve further and get the best out of all continents.

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Topics: Mobility Services


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