We believe in intelligent transportation
Ridango is a global mobility technology group, with a focus on automated fare collection (AFC), payments (cEMV) and real-time information systems. Ridango has successfully executed projects around the world, the product portfolio includes a leading transit management system (incl. CAD / AVL ) and a world-class ETA prediction engine.
The company was established in 2009 in Tallinn, the location of our HQ to this day. Ridango best-in-class solutions are being used by more than 120 public transport authorities and the group operates systems in more than 26 countries around the globe.
The scalability of the solution allows us to serve any transport system, anywhere.
On a journey to simplify public transport through technology.
At Ridango, we believe technology transforms transportation. Ridango’s products help our customers hide the inevitble complexity of operations to provide better customer experience for millions of travellers daily.
We’re commited to supporting the goals of public transport authorities and operators through intelligent transportations systems like account-based ticketing, contactless EMV payments, demand-responsive transport, and real-time information solutions. And this is just the beginning of our journey.
Work-life in Ridango
We have engaged some of the brightest tech minds in the transit industry to deliver the best-in-class solutions, together with our customers. We know the importance of our peoples’ work-life balance and support it with different arrangements and compensations.
Recognitions and memberships
Transport Ticketing Awards 2022 "Digital Champion" award
Ridango has successfully executed many international projects around the globe.
Scalable state-of-the-art technology
Our solutions are designed to serve transport systems of any size, large or small.
End to end solution provider
We provide full service and support for our services.
Environmental social and governance
Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is an approach to evaluating the extent to which a corporation works on behalf of social goals that go beyond the role of a corporation to maximize profits on behalf of the corporation’s shareholders. Typically, the social goals advocated within an ESG perspective include working to achieve a certain set of environmental goals, as well as a set of goals having to do with supporting certain social movements, and a third set of goals having to do with whether the corporation is governed in a way that is consistent with the goals of the diversity, equity, and inclusion movement.
A variety of governmental organizations and financial institutions have devised ways to measure the extent to which a specific corporation is aligned with ESG goals. According to a 2021 study done by the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, which looked at over 1,000 studies, “studies use different scores for different companies by different data providers.”
Research shows that such intangible assets comprise an increasing percentage of future enterprise value.
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