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How Airlines Can Stop Getting Murdered by Maintenance Costs
Patchwork maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) systems can cost large airlines millions in duplicated effort, extra inventory, and delays. But with round-the

is airlines  before an in-depth strategy is put in place for an IT overhaul. With that caveat in mind, there are two solutions that legacy airlines should consider in order to streamline their maintenance operations and significantly control their costs: project management and workflow. Maintenance through Augmented Project Management Airlines are generally challenged by the need to coordinate their maintenance activities visibly  and dynamically across multiple functional units, while at the same time Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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To BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question?
BEA Systems Inc., announced that twelve Business-To-Business and Enterprise Application Integration vendors have teamed with them to provide e-business

is airlines  in July. The product is currently being tested by United Airlines and DHL Worldwide Express, among others. This product is designed to provide a B2B integration platform to facilitate trading exchanges and supply chain processes. The product is comprised of an XML hub, access enablers, and administrative tools. It is designed to provide workflow to simplify trading processes and shared business. Market Impact BEA is one of the major players in the EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) space, with an ap Read More...
Emirates Airlines Selects IFS Applications
IFS, the global enterprise applications company, recently announced that Emirates, an airlines with one of the youngest fleets in the sky, has selected IFS

is airlines  Emirates (UAE) . Emirates is one of the fastest-growing airlines in the world, flying to 132 destinations in 77 countries across six continents. The airline operates 198 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircrafts and has orders for an additional 200 aircrafts, worth more than $71 billion (USD). In 2011, the airline announced the construction of Asia’s most technically sophisticated engine overhaul facility in Dubai. The facility will cover 90,000 square meters and will serve as Emirates’ in-house engine Read More...
How to Roll Out an MRO System for Airlines without Making Your SCM Problems Even Worse
When it comes to complex software implementations, some industries have it tougher than others. For instance, an airline company implementing a maintenance

is airlines  That’s why the first challenge is to realign them in order to increase efficiencies and savings across the board. The Context A large airline typically operates a fleet of several hundred planes, with four to seven models from an average of two to three manufacturers. Today’s aircrafts are comprised of over 350,000 parts with a similar number of part fasteners and over 30 miles of cabling. And while not all parts or subassemblies are subject to the same maintenance frequency, they may have to handle Read More...
Case Study: Continental Airlines
Continental Airlines, the world’s sixth-largest airline, has more than 3,100 daily flights throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Having employees across

is airlines  compliance auditing and reporting is a key human capital management issue. Find out how a learning solution helped the airline use the right tools, processes, and training to achieve compliance. Read More...
Fast Is No Longer Fast Enough
Fashion brands and retailers are learning that simply changing processes isn’t enough to add value to their business, turning to product lifecycle management

is airlines  Is No Longer Fast Enough Fashion brands and retailers are learning that simply changing processes isn’t enough to add value to their business, turning to product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions to help meet growing demands for innovative products while strengthening brands and profitability. Learn why the fashion business and creative processes must be integrated at every step of the product lifecycle to result in breakthrough improvement. BEGINLYX Read More...
What Is Outsourceable and What Is Not
Product engineering outsourcing (PEO) has evolved over the years. The process, from initiation to the closing phase, vary depending on the product and on the

is airlines  Is Outsourceable and What Is Not Product engineering outsourcing (PEO) has evolved over the years. The process, from initiation to the closing phase, vary depending on the product and on the provider. Still, practically every phase in product engineering is outsourceable—from ideas, design, and analysis, to simulation, conversion, and documentation; to prototyping, testing, production, and knowledge-based engineering. Find out more. Read More...
To Upgrade, or Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question-But How To Upgrade Is
Companies can easily spend hundreds of thousands of dollars implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package. After completing this rollercoaster ride

is airlines  Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question-But How To Upgrade Is A company acquires software to solve a business problem or gain a competitive advantage. A package solution is most often considered, in order to avoid the reinventing the wheel syndrome, and to leverage the experience and expertise of others. A package solution presupposes that the software vendor will keep current with the latest technology improvements in hardware and operating systems, and ensure that current trends in the industry are Read More...
Ramco Systems Lands Malaysia Airlines
Anyone still dismissing Ramco Systems as a serious enterprise applications contender should take note of the vendor’s largest deal ever. Malaysia Airlines

is airlines  initial investment. The implementation is expected to allow Malaysia Airlines to operate state-of-the-art aviation business processes to improve and optimize fleet management and give advance updates on MRO and engineering matters, facilitating decision making on both desktop and mobile devices.   The Malaysia Airlines deal represents the largest win secured by Ramco and will bring the total number of aircraft served by Ramco to over 2,250 worldwide. Backed by more than 350 research and development Read More...
Is Your Warehouse Ready for the Upswing?
Supply chain management is a long-term strategy. The centerpiece for supply chain execution—the warehouse management system (WMS)—is an excellent place to start

is airlines  Jump Resources Related to Is Your Warehouse Ready for the Upswing? : Warehouse Management System (WMS) (Wikipedia) Is Your Warehouse Ready for the Upswing? Warehouse Management System is also known as : WMS , Warehouse Upswing , DC , Supply Chain Management , Supply Chain Execution , House Management System , Well-tuned WMS , Warehouse or Distribution Center , WMS Vendor , Extended WMS Capabilities , Labor Management Program , Warehouse Operations , Supply Chain Logistics Management , Building Read More...
SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria
IBM is partnering with WebCriteria to make it possible for users of its SurfAid traffic analysis package to use the WebCriteria product for improved analysis of

is airlines  is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria SurfAid is Not Enough: IBM Partners with WebCriteria D. Geller - June 6, 2000 Event Summary WebCriteria sells a product that evaluates a website in terms of the reactions of real surfers, as captured in a model (see TEC article Will Max Get Mad When He Surfs Your Website? ) . The WebCriteria product, Max, is not a replacement for traditional traffic analysis. It can be a valuable adjunct that provides insight into why the traffic numbers come out the way Read More...
Hiring on Assumptions Is Not Cost-effective
The importance of resource selection is undervalued in the software industry. But in fact, the resource selection process is directly related to software

is airlines  on Assumptions Is Not Cost-effective The importance of resource selection is undervalued in the software industry. But in fact, the resource selection process is directly related to software development mission success. The in-house interview process typically fails to achieve comprehensive in-depth skills assessment, and is not cost-effective. However, you can improve matters by integrating external technical skills assessment expertise into the hiring process. Read More...
Is BI Really for Everyone?
It’s been a long time (in this business, anyway) since the very first business intelligence (BI) solutions turned up, enabling big organizations to perform data

is airlines  manage their business, BI is now a basic component of the complete information cycle, in any type of organization. But is BI really democratic, the way it was promised it would be? Is it as widely used within your organization as expected? Has BI accomplished all the goals it was meant to achieve? Certainly BI has gained broad respect, and it’s been widely adopted within all levels and types of businesses. TEC is publishing its 2011 Business Intelligence Buyer’s Guide later this month. For Read More...
Collaboration is the Key to BPM Success
Customers, employees, and partners are an integral part of any business—each playing an important role in its success. But how is it possible to share vital

is airlines  is the Key to BPM Success Customers, employees, and partners are an integral part of any business—each playing an important role in its success. But how is it possible to share vital information between them? In order to access information, understand trends, and build better processes, a system that enables multi-user collaborative technologies is required. Without these collaboration tools, business process management (BPM) cannot be successful. Read More...
What Is SPAM And How To Stop It
From a user perspective there is no user-friendly SPAM blocking solution.

is airlines  Is SPAM And How To Stop It SPAM Defined At the most basic level SPAM is unsolicited electronic communication. End users are frustrated by the vast amounts of junk mail in their inboxes, while ISPs and corporations struggle to block SPAM attacks . In March of 1998 AOL released their 10 Most Wanted Spammer List . The list includes the names of Internet users who continue to send unsolicited e-mail in bulk format. Examples Include: Notoriously Nasty Spammer Subject Line: Free - Over 7400 Adult Read More...

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