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By Birger Holm

The Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (VBB) as a Rydies Client

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Dear Companists,

We are pleased to announce that VBB Berlin-Brandenburg is the first German transport association to become a customer of Rydies.

 

Rydies - VBB

 

The VBB has commissioned Rydies to record and store all bicycle rental companies and their rental stations operating in the area and to maintain this data in the future. Each provider can also update his own data by logging into the Rydies portal at www.rydies.com and enter changed opening hours or extended offers in real time, for example. Rydies will soon send the providers corresponding mail concerning registration.

After connecting the Rydies API with the servers of the transport association, the data will be transferred to the interactive map of the VBB in a few weeks. There, the visitors of the VBB homepage can retrieve the information directly.

By commissioning Rydies, the VBB wants to improve the quality of the information it presents in the field of bicycle traffic; in the past, the VBB itself was not able to ensure adequate maintenance and updating of the data.

In terms of customer loyalty and customer acquisition, it is becoming increasingly important for transport companies and associations such as the VBB to provide their passengers with additional information about mobility for the last mile, e.g. by bicycle, in addition to the core products rail and bus.

We are very pleased about this project.

 

With kind regards,

Birger Holm



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