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Ixxi
TypeSAS
IndustryPublic transport
FoundedFebruary 2010 (2010-02)
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide, with significant Île-de-France involvement
Key people
Pascal Auzannet
(President & CEO)
ParentRATP Group
Websitewww.ixxi-mobility.com/en/

Ixxi is a company specializing in ticketing and passenger information systems. The company provides these with focus on new technology such as mobile phones, smartcards and the Internet. It is a subsidiary of RATP Group.[1]

History

Ixxi was founded in February 2010 as part of an initiative to promote the RATP Group's activities outside of Paris.

Expertise

Passenger information

Public transport users are demanding an ever improving, increasingly individualised travel experience. They want responsive, innovative services to make their journey easier. Nowadays, passenger expectations are to

Ticketing services

Ticketing covers all activities involved in ticket sales, validation and inspection (as well as fare collection and control). It lies at the heart of public transport systems and our role is to implement simple solutions that can evolve continuously in a complex environment.

Locations

Already active in the United Kingdom, Italy, Kazakhstan and Morocco and several French local authorities for example the Ille-et-Vilaine, Essonne or Strasbourg. .[2]

References

  1. ^ "Mobility support services" (in French). RATP. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
  2. ^ "Une nouvelle filiale d'aide à la mobilité" (PDF) (in French). 2010. Retrieved 10 July 2012.