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Women in Tech: Jeanette See, Head of Marketing, APAC region, IBS Software

Women in Tech: Jeanette See, Head of Marketing, APAC region, IBS Software
Welcome to 'Women in Tech', a Q&A series in which we're shining the spotlight on colleagues in various roles, based around the globe, who are playing a key part in the company's success. By sharing their personal stories on how they forged a career in tech, we're celebrating the vibrant talent in our organisation and hopefully, lighting a spark to inspire others to pursue similar paths. Tell us about your role and what you enjoy I manage marketing for the Asia Pacific region. It's a role that I've been doing for some time with different multinational companies in the aviation industry. It'...
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Building "digilient" workforce logistics in energy and resources

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With vaccinations picking up and crude nearing multi-year highs, oil and gas, and mining companies are actively looking to increase operational resilience without compromising efficiency. For an industry that has lived through three dips in the past twelve years, the rapid destruction of demand during the pandemic was a completely new experience. Many companies opted for mere skeleton crews for maintenance and inspection, resulting in a tsunami of job losses. Companies were forced to resort to various measures, including increasing local hires, relocating critical resources, reorganizing works...
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Boosting air freight revenues and value through personalization

Boosting air freight revenues and value through personalization
While online retailers are digital transformation trailblazers, industries like cargo have been slow adopters. Yet, no matter how far ahead or behind the digital journey, the pandemic demonstrated how important modern technology is for business management and resilience. And this has been a catalyst for technological evolution in air freight. Platform booking solutions have been one of the greatest benefactors of air freight's digital evolution. While steps have been made to modernize air freight commerce and bookings, personalization is going to be the big step change in this space. Why are p...
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Getting the most out of optimizers for airline crew planning, operational efficiency, and cost reduction

Getting the most out optimizers for airline crew planning, operational efficiency, and cost reduction
Optimizers are every strategist's best friend when it comes to operational planning. For crew planning, optimizers help us make data-driven decisions by analyzing how different scenarios impact operational efficiency and costs. Optimizers help assess business performance over short, medium, and long-term horizons. The end objective is to establish concrete plans that address airline business needs and optimize efficiency and costs while adhering to strict industry regulations. But to optimize airline operations, we need to conduct a situational assessment first to establish the right prioritie...
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Driving forces accelerating recovery and shaping the future of energy and resources logistics

Driving forces accelerating recovery and shaping the future of energy and resources logistics
Logistics and supply chain activities in the upstream energy and resources industry are slowly recovering. Yet, the pandemic revealed just how much the industry needs to transform, both in terms of technology and working practices. Building on our roadmap to Covid-19 recovery, let´s explore what has changed in our industry and how the driving forces behind those changes can accelerate recovery and build resilience for the future. How the pandemic reshaped energy and resources logistics While the pandemic accelerated transformation on many fronts, five stand out for logistics and supply chain i...
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