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3Squared to boost rail experience and expertise by partnership with PSC

Award winning digital technology company 3Squared has engaged rail processes and systems consultancy PSC Rail to support its business objectives of improving its RailSmart software solution and securing business in the UK and Europe.

Between them, PSC Rail’s partners, David Fox and Sue Futers, have over 75 years of experience within the rail industry having delivered a wealth of digital solutions to help meet the operational needs of Britain’s passenger and freight train operating companies.

PSC Rail offers 3Squared an opportunity to accelerate the development of key RailSmart components.


They will provide access to the broader rail community that will enable 3Squared to gain valuable feedback and insight into the needs and opportunities currently present within the rail industry.

This in turn will help form the development roadmap of its RailSmart products.

PSC Rail’s David Fox said: “We are delighted to be working with the 3Squared team and have been impressed with the RailSmart software platform.

“We are particularly looking forward to bringing the innovative solutions 3Squared have delivered to the freight railway into the wider passenger railway.

“It has the potential to be a game changer for the industry and we’re excited to work together to help shape it further.

This new partnership will also see 3Squared and PSC Rail engage with the broader rail community through a number of open days and workshops.

James Fox, 3Squared’s Commercial Director said: “This partnership is a great opportunity for us. The industry experience and learning that Sue and David bring is tremendous and we’re looking forward to funneling that into the RailSmart products and ultimately for the benefit of our customers.”

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