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Achilles and RBD team up at RSN

The team from Achilles will be joining forces with Rail Business Daily at Rolling Stock Networking 2021 (RSN 2021) next Thursday (September 30). RSN 2021 is a full-scale indoor rail show focused specifically on passenger and freight rolling stock, technical enhancements, depot equipment, ancillary services and the rail supply chain.

Katie Ferrier, Senior Vice President Customer Engagement & Quality Assurance at Achilles will be speaking at the event. She said: “We’ve enjoyed being back out meeting customers old and new at recent events, and RSN is the next important event in the calendar.

“We’re having really interesting conversations about what building back better looks like, and how the type of data and insights Achilles can now provide can enhance and inform decision making across the rail supply chain.


“As we work together with customers to tackle the challenges the industry face, a clear theme emerging is the importance of cross sector collaboration and information sharing. Every day we read about more and more supply chain disruption, and that underlines the value of working together across industry to mitigate delays and maintain services.

“Data informs this process, and I look forward speaking at RSN and sharing examples of how this can work effectively both for suppliers and buyers.”

Katie will be speaking at the conference at 10am on Thursday, September 30. In addition, the Achilles team will be on hand, on Stand A2, to answer any questions you have regarding the MyAchilles platform and Achilles Insights or more detailed around audits or training.

Katie added: “There will also be an opportunity to speak to the team at the Railway Industry Association’s Meet the Buyer. We look forward to seeing you there.”

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