Infotech Lead India: Software solutions major Wipro said it would handle the IT transformation program for All Nippon Airways (ANA).
The company on Monday said it released the second phase of a program to transform the Aircraft Parts and Material Management System for ANA, Japan’s largest airline.
“The success in this project provides tremendous stability, quality and predictability to our core business processes in managing the parts inventory and maintenance, making it a more efficient and a scalable model, in line with our goal to become a more efficient and a completely global airline,” said Takanori Yukishige, SVP, Innovation and IT Strategy, ANA.
Wipro completed the first phase of the project in 2011.
The implementation, a significant landmark in Wipro’s six year partnership with ANA, is a large IT transformation program for ANA. The project involves multiple technologies and service lines. The project was delivered with the aim of adhering to the stringent quality norms that are required for aircraft maintenance systems.
Manoj Nagpaul, chief sales and operating officer – Asia Pacific, Wipro, said: “We will continue to leverage our strong understanding of the airlines domain and execution excellence to enable ANA to achieve higher operational efficiency, deliver higher passenger satisfaction and strengthen their leadership position in the market place.”
Recently, All Nippon Airways enhanced online customer experience and increased revenue after deploying HP Autonomy’s Optimost.