KAMAZ introduced the IT company KAMAZ Digital to the Russian market, which will act as a software developer, provider of turnkey IT solutions and digital transformation consultant for industrial and transport companies. This was reported to RB.RU by a KAMAZ representative.

KAMAZ introduced the KAMAZ Digital IT company to the Russian market

KAMAZ Digital appeared in 2018 as the “Digital Transformation Center”. It was created at the initiative of KAMAZ General Director Sergey Kogogin with the aim of ensuring the digital development of the group’s production and logistics companies, improving the quality of production management and reducing costs.

Since 2020, the company operates as a TI subsidiary.

KAMAZ Digital is engaged in the development and implementation of software and complex software and hardware systems for planning, automation and management of production and monitoring the operation of equipment and personnel.

The company’s portfolio includes more than 20 IT solutions. Thus, KAMAZ Digital is the developer and operator of Russia’s first on-demand passenger transport service “Chelnok”, which operates in Moscow, the Moscow region and the Republic of Tatarstan. Based on the technology of dynamic route construction, the company is working on the “Shuttle Cargo” logistics solution for groupage cargo transportation around the city.

The company has more than 220 employees. In 2022, KAMAZ Digital’s revenue amounted to 250 million rubles; In 2023, the company plans to close the year with a turnover of more than 650 million rubles.

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Anastasia Marina

Source: RB

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