Prova has revealed that they have joined the Rail Alliance. The award winning communications business works across sectors including transport, environment and technology. Prova has been awarded several industry awards in order to celebrate the company’s hard work. It is thought that becoming part of the Rail Alliance will boost the qualifications of the company which should allow them to improve their services in this sector.
By making the move, Prova will be joining a rail networking organisation which has the reputation as the fastest expanding networking organisation for the rail sector in the UK. The Rail Alliance has more than 400 members, which offers a wealth of networking and experience sharing. The Alliance offers a space for the collection of opportunities from customers suppliers and other parts of the supply chain.
Prova has already worked with a number of different high profile companies in the rail industry including Northern Rail and ADComms, which is a company that is a part of Panasonic. The Rail Alliance s important for more businesses than just the Rail industry as it works to offer Business-to-Business communications which can lead to the creation of new processes and technology. This is an exciting opportunity for Prova to join a large network of companies and it is hoped that becoming part of this organisation will allow the business to extend their capacity and the services they can offer across the rail industry.
It has also been announced that Prova will be attending the Rail Live exhibition. This event is a part of the Rail Technology Centre which is located in Long Marston in Warwickshire. The exhibition will be taking place at the Centre on the 21st and the 22nd of June. Their attendance at the Rail Live event will be a good opportunity for Provo to network and display their latest projects as the event is normally attended by several different companies from across the rail sector.