Innovation

How the right strategic partner can maximise an airline’s digital investments

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The space sector traditionally faces some of the most versatile problems that need innovative solutions. The mission statement of NASA makes it clear that it relies on diverse sets of people to face the dynamic challenges in space programs. When NASA forms a team, each member possesses a different set of capabilities and as a team, collectively, the members could think differently and come up with multiple viewpoints. When such teams work together on problems, they get innovative ideas that enable them to derive new solutions; in other words, they become self-sustainable units. This paradigm o...

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Enabling Artificial Intelligence (AI) in business - A guide for airlines

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The digital transformation wave is reshaping the airline passenger experience like never before. Airlines are investing heavily to harness maximum value from the vast swathes of data available, using a plethora of technologies available today. Among these, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is drawing significant attention. However, incorporating AI into mainstream customer facing operations is not easy. It requires a planned and strategic approach to help unlock the potential that lies beneath. Successful AI implementations often follow a 3-step approach comprising of: Discovery Implementation Oper...

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Aviation 2018 round up: 8 of our best blogs from the past year

Aviation 2018 round up: 8 of our best blogs from the past year

The Holy Grail of IROPS recovery Contrary to popular belief, airline companies, passengers and travel partners have one thing in common: None of them want a flight to be delayed. That's right, no airline in the world is happy to delay a flight; not only does it cost them a lot of money as penalties and additional charges, but it also makes their customers hate them and trust them less – and that's only what's immediately obvious.  Click here to read more blog posts on Aviation Operations Services solutions from IBS Software Why air cargo needs a blockchain boost Blockchains, by their very...

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Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 2 of 2)

Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 2 of 2)

What are the advantages of a public cloud?Why are prudent tech providers moving to a cloud native architecture?How important is a cloud-agnostic architecture? by Author In the previous blog post Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 1 of 2) I had explained the rational behind cloud computing as a go-to strategy, as well as certain limitations of a private cloud for certain kinds of applications. Here we consider the key solution for this problem. As always, the strategy advocates for every company to focus on its own core streng...

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Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud? (Part 1 of 2)

Private v/s Public: Are we ready for mission critical apps on the cloud?

A lot of technology leaders seem to think that a public cloud is unsafe for sensitive operations like banking and finance, which by extension would mean any industry involving commerce on the web, such as retail. You can engineer the Cloud Network the way you need with maximum compliance based on your regulatory needs. by Author Recently, the cloud based delivery strategy of IBS received a tremendous boost at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Warriors event. As a pioneer in deploying mission critical applications on the AWS cloud, our digital travel solution stood out for the innovative archi...

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