ACT has been at the heart of some fantastic projects over the years including the British Museum eMoney programme.
ACT learned how using smart technology provided a new dimension in the way its clients ran their businesses through practical experience and sheer hard work. Applied Card Technologies clients are able to visualize the benefits of intelligent systems that could really improve the customer experience. ACT is convinced that it could truly make a big difference in the world – connecting people with services.
ACT started building for future success through research and development programmes. Applied Card Technologies has invested in the enterprise-strength infrastructure and product development that shows its passion. It makes perfect sense to it, it wants to unlock all a city has to offer, so embrace transport ticketing. It knows full well that the transit marketplace would be full of experienced providers and things would be tough to start with.
Applied Card Technologies Ltd (ACT) is a company that designs, builds, and manages smart transaction systems for retail, tourism, public and transport sectors worldwide. The company offers HOPS, a ticketing management system for concessionary and commercial ticketing requirements. It also provides a cloud ticketing service. The cloud ticketing service offers passengers a convenient way to top up their smart cards. In addition, the company offers managed hosting, advisory, software integration, project management, service desk, and learning and development services. It provides solutions for commercial transport ticketing, concessionary travel, citizen smart cards, loyalty programs, and tourism city cards.
ACT’s early mission was providing support to retail and tourism managers in rewarding their customers. It developed smart card transaction systems so that a company could take control of its customer management and relations. From the start it offered turnkey project delivery covering requirements capture, solution design, system build, test and deployment followed by a portfolio of services. It found that this made its products accessible to many more organizations.