DSB selects Cognizant as offshore IT consulting services provider

DSB, Denmark’s state railway operator, has chosen Cognizant to provide offshore IT consulting services to improve its digital strategy.

The partnership will extend DSB’s data analytics, IoT, and software development capabilities to help manage and plan train availability, understand peak demand, gain insights into passenger sentiments, and enable predictive maintenance of its fleet, says Cognizant.

[Image courtesy: DSB]

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