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Yvonne Lunsong, Director of Sales, IBS Software, based in Singapore

Yvonne Lunsong, Director of Sales, IBS Software, based in Singapore
Hello Yvonne, tell us a bit about your role  My role is to drive sales for Software-as-a-Service solutions (SaaS), primarily in the aviation and energy resources & logistics industries. Broadly, the role involves developing and executing sales strategies to secure new business, nurture existing relationships and expand the IBS footprint in the various geographic markets and business verticals. What drew you to IBS Software?  I joined IBS Software in 2017 as the first employee based in Singapore. The company already had several well-established airline customers in Asia Pacific; w...
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Why Indonesia is an aviation market to watch in 2022

Why Indonesia is an aviation market to watch in 2022
Indonesia has been one of the world's most colorful and fastest growing aviation markets since the turn of the century. But despite its massive size and immense potential it has generally been underappreciated or overlooked. The pandemic has decimated all aviation markets, but Indonesia has particularly been impacted. Domestic traffic has so far struggled to recover due to multiple waves of COVID-19 cases, a slow vaccination rollout and some of the world's tightest domestic travel restrictions. International borders have remained closed, leading to miniscule international traffic volumes and v...
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Building a “future-ready” supply chain for energy and resources logistics

Building a “future-ready” supply chain for energy and resources logistics
As we look towards the "new normal" as a sign of recovery from the pandemic, a key question we need to ask ourselves is: what does - or will - the "new normal" look like? At IBS Software, we think that "future-ready" supply chains and logistics for upstream energy and resources will display the following characteristics: Collaborative ecosystems Lack of collaboration between interdependent internal and external functions have caused longstanding operational inefficiencies and cost overruns that make supply chains vulnerable to large-scale disruptions. For an oil, gas, or energy operator, with ...
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Women in Tech: Latha Nair, Vice President and Head of Service Delivery, IBS Software, Trivandrum, India

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Tell us a bit about your role and what you enjoy  I head up the Delivery Unit of the Consulting and Digital Transformation business. I lead a team of 700+ colleagues to build, customize and enhance transformational solutions for travel industry customers. It's a multi-faceted role, where we use collaborative practices like Agile, DevOps, automation with emerging technologies and toolkits to achieve productivity, quality and capability goals It must be satisfying to lead a team that large – what's the best thing about your role?  I love that I'm accountable for both employee and custo...
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Why loyalty leaders should care about microservices architectures

Why loyalty leaders should care about microservices architectures
While technology professionals are well aware of the advantages microservices architectures deliver, why should business leaders in loyalty actually care? Why not just let the IT team worry about such complicated technical topics? In short, because it has a direct impact on your loyalty business. Successful loyalty programs add value to their members, which translates into revenues for the program provider. Creating an engaging loyalty program involves facilitating everyday earn and burn opportunities for members so they can extract full benefit from the scheme. And that involves launching new...
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