E ticketing systems analysis and fiji bus

We suggested providing one or more POS devices at the school premises.

Disadvantages of e ticketing in fiji

The very first passenger I met had to help me punch in my card. Ironically, the hardest hit from this 'Lucifer's' decree were native Fijian churchgoers who were forced to walk miles to reach their lotus! He or she must not be forced to carry a card around the clock. So were we. The Innovation Lab project activities will focus on targeted customer research, user experience mapping, channel management, product development and rapid prototyping of solutions that improve customer experience with the M-PAiSA agent channel. But in the long run, this amounts to a lot of money lost. At the time this process happens few minutes of both the passenger and driver is consumed. Furthermore, the eTransport solution has been designed with an offline architecture, without dependence on the Vodafone mobile network to be available or operational. Rural service vehicles plying on the deeper rural routes are likely to be covered in subsequent phases. There are several other learnings and smart-features associated with the architecture of the e-ticketing system in Fiji. But because it did not matter in the short run, people were not bothered. The question arises here is how many of the bus operators honoured these? Already there is accountability of the most basic form. Reduction in handling of cash and associated efforts and risks. Likewise, improvements have been made to the processes related to cards for senior citizens and the disabled, which are managed by the Department of Social Welfare.

Additional future products on the anvil at the Lab could be subscription to FNPF provident fund, goal based savings and digital credit. Passengers were gliding into the bus with an ease I had never seen in all my time using public transport in Fiji.

The objective was to leverage global experience and lessons learned to avoid potential pitfalls and to ensure improvised service design and user experience.

He highlighted the fact that some bus companies got the easy way out and avoided paying the compulsory Fiji National Provident Fund contribution. These will be for purposes such as — synchronisation of the bus devices with the Vodafone systems at periodic intervals; to enable balance refresh on consumer cards on the buses; reconciliation of daily sales by the bus operators and so on.

It is helpful in guiding the system analyst through key issues for the present system.

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Likewise, improvements have been made to the processes related to cards for senior citizens and the disabled, which are managed by the Department of Social Welfare. There are hundreds of other instances and examples which has not been thought through by this Government.

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ANALYSIS: TRANSPORT SYSTEM: E