DataTorque chosen to advance transport systems in The Bahamas
New Zealand software company DataTorque, has won a bid to modernise the transport system in The Bahamas. DataTorque’s Transport Management System (TMS) will be the technology platform used to administer driver licences and vehicle registrations for the island nation.
TMS will revolutionise the predominately manual systems by automating administrative functions and allowing customers to self-manage their licences online.
The goal of the reform programme is to mobilise national revenue to improve the Bahamian road infrastructure and safety for its 350,000 citizens to ultimately save lives.
TMS has been proven in several Pacific Island countries before this first installation in the Caribbean.
“We are excited to continue our work that started with VAT in The Bahamas and look forward to introducing TMS. That will have visible benefits with new cards and registrations being rolled out nationwide”, says Bill Chatwin, DataTorque’s Managing Director.
DataTorque is working with local firm, Network Security Consultants Group on the project.