Transport for London selects opensky for place on framework

Pictured: Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon (4th from left) presents Susanne McCabe, opensky Data Systems with the High Potential Exporter of the Year Award at the Export Industry Awards 2014. Also pictured: Simon McKeever, Irish Exporters Association; Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources Alex White; and Hugh Kelly, President, Irish Exporters Association



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9 March 2015 | 0

Kildare IT company opensky Data Systems has been awarded a place on Transport for London’s professional services framework for transport planning and impact monitoring.

Founded in 2004 by Michael Cronin and William Flanagan, opensky has worked extensively in the transport sector in the UK and Ireland.

The win with TfL demonstrates opensky’s capabilities to work with large, corporate clients in delivering national scale projects and illustrates opensky’s growing business in international markets.

Opensky CTO William Flanagan said: “This win demonstrates our capabilities to compete at an international level and our ability to deliver to large and multifarious clients.”

In addition to database design and analytics, opensky has experience in working with multi modal real time feeds, integrated ticketing, business intelligence and CRM for transport companies.

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