Lufthansa Systems Blog - Februar 2019
There is nothing to discuss: Today, airlines are constantly challenged to solve new problems quickly and to seize their opportunities. Problems can be caused, for example, by inefficient processes, by a lack of communication culture or even if IT systems don't meet the requirements of the company and its stakeholders. In times of digitization and permanent change airline organizations therefore need a certain expertise to survive successful on the market.
This is where Business Analysis and Requirements Engineering come in.
Punctual turnarounds have become a critical factor for success for airline operations, though it is still a relatively uncharted territory for many airlines. Therefore it shall be part of any airlines digitalization strategy. The biggest obstacle however is the laborious gathering of the necessary data. “Turnaround Management 3.0” might be a solution.
Partnerships between airlines are common more than ever. Each partner has its own perception of how the best synergies can be reached in a partnership. This belief is usually based on their own experience, the available knowledge, established processes and used tools. But in a partnership, both parties have to act as team together to be successful and to generate the ideal synergies for all parties.
In a series of several articles in our LSY blog, we’ll illuminate the various business steps how both partners can generate the best advantages out of their mutual partnership.
Stephanie Piwon ist Teamleiterin des Teams Customer Solutions Crew Rules. Sie ist zuständig für die kundenspezifische Entwicklung und Anpassung aller regelbezogenen Anforderungen und Optimierungslösungen des Produkts NetLine/Crew. In ihrer Freizeit beschäftigt sich die Teamleiterin mehr mit Wasser als mit der Luft, denn sie ist physikalische Ozeanographin.