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By Christian Vilsmaier

Rydies Station Manager Digitalizes and Maintains Customers’ Micro-Mobility Data

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Dear Companists,

I have the pleasure to present you with a special bit of software that usually only cities, regions, or large companies get to see today and over the course of this weekend.

I am talking about our Station Manager. The Station Manager allows our customers to digitize and maintain their micro-mobility data very conveniently; at the moment, Excel is often still used for this purpose. At the same time, it keeps our data and consequently the data on a multitude of websites up to date.

During the last weeks, we completely revamped our Station Manager and we are so pleased with the result that we are not only proud to present you with pictures but go a step further:

This weekend, you can even test it in our development environment.

Login https://dev.stationmanager.rydies.com/
Username companisto@rydies.com
Password rydiesRockt

 

Rydies - Station Manager Login

 

Rydies - Station Manager Stationen

 

Rydies - Station Manager Stationen

 

Have fun with it!

Christian



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