3Squared is delighted to be supporting the next generation of tech talent from across the city by getting involved with this year’s Code>Make>Win.
We will be offering winners within this year’s app categories a series of exclusive prizes including work experience, the chance to speak to our expert developers about their ideas and a £200 cash prize.
Emma Marshall, Operations Director said: “We are thrilled to be taking part in the Code>Make>Win competition and work alongside the industry’s next generation. We’re keen to invest in the future of Sheffield and want to nurture the talent pools within the city; we can’t wait to see some of the ideas.”
Code>Make>Win 2018 launched on 24th July and is accepting entries in the following categories:
Entrants can enter on their own or as part of a team and have until 28th September to submit an entry. To enter the competition, participants must be between 10 and 16 years old and live within the Sheffield area.
Freightliner, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W), today announced that it has selected the RailSmart suite of operational software designed specifically for rail operators from software development specialists 3Squared.
In the five-year deal, Freightliner is not only investing in 3Squared’s existing, leading-edge RailSmart products, but will collaborate closely on exclusive future RailSmart developments, putting G&W and Freightliner at the forefront of digital transformation in the UK rail industry.
“RailSmart will transform our UK rail business,” comments Neil McNicholas, Managing Director of UK/Europe Region’s Rail Services. “Outdated, time-consuming, manual practices will be replaced with the latest intuitive Cloud- and mobile-based platforms to streamline processes, increase productivity and support us in delivering an improved, even more reliable service to our customers.”
The RailSmart suite of software will initially be rolled out in the UK, starting with the competency management system RailSmart EDS and RailSmart ORS, a Cloud and mobile-based solution for the rostering of employees. Both are planned to be in operation later this year. Subsequent modules will be delivered later this year and early part of 2019, driving improvements and efficiencies in other areas of the business.
RailSmart’s software will also interface with a number of other Freightliner systems, helping the business share information more effectively across its departments, reducing duplication and unlocking additional benefits.
“We are delighted to be working with G&W and the Freightliner team as the industry embarks on this monumental shift to a digital railway,” said Tim Jones, MD of 3Squared Ltd.