Monthly Archives: March 2011

The proLOGiT GmbH, located in Dortmund, Germany, has completed the fiscal year with a significant increase in sales. The increased demand for solutions for an optimized engine and manpower planning in rail freight traffic has also led to the fact that the software company was able to create new jobs. “For proLOGiT 2010 was a good year. We have increased sales year on year to nearly triple, “says Geert-Jan Gorter, director of proLOGiT, adding:” Despite the widespread skill shortages, we managed to win six new highly qualified employees for us. “

proLOGiT, Phoenixseefest

proLOGiT office with a view to the lake “Phoenix See”, Dortmund

Gorter also expressed satisfaction over the current order situation. Railway undertakings MEV GmbH Mannheim commissioned proLOGiT with the delivery and implementation of “LocoPlan”, a system for scheduling the resources. Relevant follow-up projects were also awarded to by TX Logistik AG and boxXpress.de GmbH, two long-standing business relationships.

Optimized Resource Scheduling and Disposition

On behalf of the MEV proLOGiT integrated the real-time and graphically oriented software package LocoPlan into the existing system landscape and added additional custom functionalities. The in 2010 installed application helps the leading provider of railway personal services, to accomplish operational staff planning and scheduling even faster. Simultaneously, processes are displayed clearer and become more efficient. Therefore proLOGiT additionally connected a mobile Blackberry application in February 2011. The app allows for structured and instant communication between central planners and the staff.

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Private Railway Companies Extend Existing Applications

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BPR – Bursiness Process Reporter

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New Communications Platform for Combined Transport

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Business Process Management

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BPR - Bursiness Process Reporter

About proLOGiT

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