NRPS in 2019: Have Things Changed?
It’s been a big few weeks for the rail industry with franchise change announcements and the release of the autumn 2019 NRPS results.
WiFi SPARK was delighted to welcome in 2020 with the news that the first two of many customers will be extending their contracts and continuing to work with WiFi SPARK in the coming years.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has guest-access WiFi throughout the park. The contract has now been extended for another 5 years enabling WiFi SPARK to continue the provision of WiFi and analytics to this unique venue. WiFi SPARK enables the entire 111-acre space to offer guest-access WiFi and unbeatable visitor insights through SPARK® Analytics. From the moment someone enters the Park, all the way to the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit, they can have free super-fast WiFi, thanks to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and WiFi SPARK.
Transport for Wales has also confirmed that they will maintain our partnership to offer free station WiFi for passengers in 2020 and beyond. Providing transport for over 27 million passengers across Wales, Transport for Wales uses WiFi SPARK to offer free passenger WiFi at over 50 of its stations. Transport for Wales was set-up to ‘Keep Wales Moving’ and they are planning to do that by delivering expert advice, customer-focused services and targeted investment in modern transport infrastructure. Their ambition is to deliver a transport network that the whole of Wales will be proud of.
“I am honoured that some of the busiest and most well-known venues in the UK continue to choose WiFi SPARK for their WiFi and Analytics requirements. We pride ourselves in delivering a rock-solid service that our customers can always rely on, whilst providing unique engagement and cutting-edge insights to these organisations. We see their continued loyalty to WiFi SPARK as an indication that our service continues to be second to none.”
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