Air Mauritius Signs with IBM for Cloud and Analytics Services

By Veronica Magan | October 20, 2016
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[Avionics Magazine 10-20-2016] Air Mauritius has inked a five-year technology and services deal with IBM for cloud and analytics technologies delivered as services to fuel its long-term growth plans. The airline will use the IBM Cloud and analytics-enabled enterprise planning solution to better manage budgeting cycles, decrease turnaround time for processing data and boost its capacity to uncover predictive insights directly from data to enhance customer experience. The IBM solution will also harmonize Air Mauritius’ data management infrastructure, providing a single platform to accommodate past, current and future data for business analysis with the same level of granularity, according to the airline. 

The deal, which will be implemented in collaboration with KPMG South Africa, will allow Air Mauritius to overhaul its enterprise planning processes using the statistical analysis and visualizations of IBM’s Watson Analytics. This will allow authorized personnel across the enterprise to have analytical insights from the company’s data, enhancing internal communications and customer experiences. It will also provide an integrated environment for critical, real-time scenario planning and performance management.

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