Telepass, a leader in electronic toll services and a leader in integrated mobility, announces that it is the subject of Harvard Business School case study. Leading the project is Professor Chiara Farronato. The Harvard Business School case study is titled “Telepass: From Tolling to Mobility Platform”.
The details of the Harvard Business School Telepass case study
Presenting the case study involving Telepass and its activities is the Faculty of Business Administration, in the “Technology and Operations Management” department. This department analyzes the challenges of companies that today are engaged in the management and implementation of operating systems. Particularly, the case study is focused on the transformation process of Telepass. The company has gone from being a leader in electronic toll services to offering an integrated mobility ecosystem with the development of many technological services through a single app. To learn more about the case study, you can take a look at the website of the Harvard Business School.
The company comment
Gabriele Benedetto, Chief Executive Officer of Telepass, declares: “We are proud to have been selected as an object of study by the prestigious Harvard Business School because it means that the business model of Telepass, the first Italian fintech, is the transition underway from a leading electronic toll company to an ecosystem of smart and intuitive, it has been taken into consideration as an Italian corporate example of innovation “.