Need For Analytical Services For Railway Logistics Marketplaces

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The Russian rail market has always been conservative. Its change requires active introduction of innovative developments: new IT services that are not yet present in the container market. The paper is devoted to the introduction of cloud solutions in railway logistics based on “transport marketplaces” and the selection of analytical services that accompany their effective use. These services represent analytics tools and make it possible to predict, analyze the data of participants in the transport process, calculate current trends in optimizing freight transportation, and develop effective promotion strategies on the marketplace. The need to introduce such technologies is creating new challenges for research and development in the digital economy. Without the digitalization of railway logistics and its integrated assessment, it will be impossible to achieve increased cargo turnover. Therefore, the joint efforts to create a single integral information cloud may ensure efficiency both at the level of railway stations and at the level of the transport and logistics industry in Russia in general. The introduction of marketplaces with the necessary set of external analytics services will speed up the maintenance of the transport cycle of cargo delivery and will make it possible to plan a complex and multi-stage transportation process.

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31 March 2022

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978-1-80296-124-9

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Artamonova, M. Y. (2022). Need For Analytical Services For Railway Logistics Marketplaces. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 303-314). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.37