I recently sold my car, and yet I’m still using cars when and where I need them on a day to day and week to week basis. This has been made possible by a certain headline-grabbing car sharing service which, while it has attracted controversy in some regions, certainly represents a step in the right direction towards more efficient and safe transportation in an urban setting. Technology, especially around networks, can be a game changer.
Experimentation is something that has been part of our culture at Inquiron since the beginning. We always strive to find better paths to serve our own needs and those of our customers. Many of these experiments lead to new product features and new products; we don’t mind admitting that others of them don’t. We learn from all our experiments.
The space in which this experimentation goes on is called the Inquiron Lab, whose current focus is to increase the efficiency of movement for organisations in frontier regions. Despite the name, the lab is not a closed space. It’s intended to be a space where our team, like-minded people and our customers can engage with each other. So we’ve decided to release a slide deck that we’ve been discussing in our team on the question movement in frontier regions. We’d be delighted to hear your thoughts on these questions at firstname.lastname@example.org and @inquiron.