When a user is working with a consist, TMS flags it as being in use so that other users cannot work with the same consist at the same time. Occasionally, you may need to go into a consist that is already in use. In addition, if a communication problem occurs and a user is dropped from the system while using a consist, TMS may incorrectly mark the consist as being in use.
Bio: Andrew Parker is Senior Product Manager for GE Transportation’s RailConnect TMS product line. Andrew has held various positions in his 17 years with GE Transportation, from Customer Support, Customer Management, Service Delivery, Product Strategy, to Product Management.
In his present capacity he serves as the liaison between our engineering group and our customer base driving new enhancements and change requests through to implementation and delivery.
Andrew is a SME for several of the RailConnect products including Transportation Management System (TMS), Rail Carrier Interface (RCI), Mobile Reporting (mCrew), Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI), and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
Andrew is a leading expert in interfacing and process management for Railroads of all sizes and complexities.
Andrew received his BS in Economics and Sociology at Elon University in Elon, NC.