Integration of big data with sectors brings significant changes to people's life in China's Guizhou

Source: Xinhua| 2019-05-28 22:01:33|Editor: Li Xia
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Aerial photo taken on May 27, 2019 shows a truck center of logistics information service provider Manbang Group in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province. In Guizhou Province, which hosts China's first state-level big data pilot zone, the integration of big data with sectors such as real economy, social management, civil service and rural revitalization has brought significant changes to people's life. According to statistics, Guizhou homes now more than 9,500 big data enterprises and many of them are active players on the global business stage. Guizhou-based Manbang Group has taken advantage of the big data in being a matchmaker for individual truck drivers and potential consignors seeking logistics service. Their online platform proved helpful for truck drivers to secure deals. About 6.5 million truck drivers and 1.6 million consignors have been registered with Manbang Group, which runs its business in 339 cities around China, covering 110,000 road logistics routes. (Xinhua/Ou Dongqu)

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