28.11.2019

PTV Group recognized as World Market Leader for Mobility Planning Software

In a second study, PTV ranks fifth among digital pioneers

Karlsruhe, November 28, 2019. PTV Group is one of the 450 German companies identified as global market leaders. The transportation and logistics software vendor made it onto the list of world market leaders 2020 recently published by the University of St. Gallen and the magazine WirtschaftsWoche. In the ranking of digital pioneers in the SME sector that was published yesterday, PTV is also ranked fifth out of a total of 4,000 evaluated companies.

The so-called “world market leader index” is compiled annually under the scientific guidance of Professor Dr Christoph Müller of the University of St. Gallen. The selection criteria are extremely strict: The companies must rank first or second in the relevant market segment and operate on at least three continents. In addition, half of the annual revenue of at least 50 million euros must be generated abroad. The jury bases its assessment on the current annual financial statements (for listed companies) or the publications in the Federal Gazette.

Christian U. Haas, CEO of PTV Group, is delighted that PTV has been recognized as World Market Leader by this internationally renowned university: "This assessment is proof of our work to date. At the same time, it is an incentive for us to further expand our high standards as mobility experts and as the world's number one for all facets of transportation".

In a second study, Munich Strategy consultants, together with Amsterdam-based digital consultancy Bloom, assessed the progress made in transforming around 4,000 German companies. With a digital score of 89.75, PTV came fifth, 19 percent above the average. Two-thirds of this digital score is calculated from the digitization of the entire value chain and one-third from the company's growth power.

The PTV Group has around 30 offices on all continents. 900 employees worldwide work on innovative solutions for the planning and optimization of transportation and logistics. Since this year, CEO Christian U. Haas, CTO Dr. Peter Overmann and CFO Klaus Lechner have been directing the business of the Karlsruhe-based company.

 

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PTV. The Mind of Movement.

PTV Group suit une approche holistique qui intègre tous les aspects du trafic, du transport et de la logistique pour créer et promouvoir une mobilité durable. Reconnu comme un leader international sur son marché, PTV développe des solutions logicielles intelligentes pour le transport et la logistique, la planification et la gestion de la circulation. Ainsi les villes, les entreprises et les personnes génèrent des économies de temps et d’argent, renforcent la sécurité routière et réduisent leur impact sur l’environnement. Basé sur son expertise unique dans tous les domaines de la mobilité, PTV garantie que les personnes et les marchandises arrivent à destination en toute sécurité et à l’heure.

Plus de 2500 villes utilisent les produits PTV. Les itinéraires et les tournées de plus d’un million de véhicules sont planifiés avec nos logiciels. Le modèle de transport européen, qui couvre tous les déplacements de passagers et de marchandises en Europe, a été développé avec la technologie PTV. Nous avons plus de 900 collègues dans le monde impliqués dans la conception de haute performance de nos produits. Le siège de PTV, situé en plein cœur du bassin technologique de Karlsruhe, accueille notre centre de développement et d'innovation. De là, PTV planifie et optimise tous les déplacements des Hommes et des marchandises dans le monde – telle est l’idée conductrice qui accompagne le groupe depuis sa fondation en 1979.

La société française PTV Loxane est une entreprise de PTV Group. www.ptvgroup.com

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The Karlsruhe software company PTV is one of the world market leaders awarded by Wirtschaftswoche.

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