Big Limo Service Wants a Healthy Competition

One of the biggest Limo companies, EmpireCLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services, has decided to take in competition as part of their business but they’re not acquiring others of course. Through an online site that uses cloud services, called, the company gets a new system that not only saves them time and money but also adds up revenues in their business.

Reservation systems are offered to the company, as well as to all those who are included in its directory. But why did EmpireCLS sign up for this? Because as said above, it saves them time and money through the system, providing faster services for clients and lessens efforts in businesses. By using GPS and real-time traffic updates, the system contacts the right driver who is nearest the client and is away from the heavy traffic.

The technology used by the company is Mircosoft System Center 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V.

With this kind of system, the Chief information officer of EmpireCLS Alan Bourassa believes that this could add up revenues for their company and bring in a 40% support for three years.

“These new services are enabling us to grow our business and would not have been possible without a cloud environment,” Bourassa said in a statement. “Microsoft did a very good job of creating an integrated toolset to help companies deploy a private cloud infrastructure with automated, orchestrated processes.”

As of today, around 13,000 or more ground transportation companies have signed up for this system.

Posted by Diane Araga, on July 23, 2012 at 10:00 AM