Northern Rail has selected Nexala to help improve and manage their rail assets

Northern Rail has selected Nexala to help improve and manage their rail assets.

Mr. Dave Hatfield, Technical Services Manager said “We chose Nexala because of their experience in the rail sector, their comprehensive technology suite and indepth knowledge of our systems and process requirements. Their solution allows us to manage and monitor our asset performance in a more effective manner”. Northern Rail use Nexala Insights to monitor system incidents and analyse the performance of their fleet.

Mr. Paul Lowry, VP Business Development, Nexala said: “Northern Rails selection of Nexala confirms our continued strong growth, successful delivery and focus in the rail sector”.

About Northern Rail

A newly formed joint venture company bringing together expert services management, successful operational skill sets, modern, efficient engineering practice and proven track record of transport integration in an effective combination from parent organisations Serco Group and NedRailways.
Serco is one of the world’s leading public service companies operating on a global basis in a diverse range of sectors. NedRailways is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dutch Railways (NS), the major passenger operator in the Netherlands.

About Nexala

Nexala is a world leader in Asset management, Advanced Planning and Service Management software. Nexala’s solutions allow companies to plan for the future, improve operational efficiencies, manage their service levels, and fundamentally to reduce their costs while at the same time ensuring that the service they provide is maintained to the highest level. In effect, Nexala is about improving business performance. Nexala was formed in 2002 following the acquisition of a number of technology organisations. Nexala has operations in Ireland, United Kingdom, France and North America. Nexala has a number of agents a distributors servicing Asia and the Middle East.

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