EgyptAir opts for SAP

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By admin October 4, 2010 14:40

EgyptAir opts for SAP

EgyptAir has selected software provider SAP to support the airline’s growth and expansion plans by supplying solutions that improve the company’s financial visibility and optimize route profitability.

The flag carrier, which aims to increase its fleet from 67 aircraft to 72 by 2014 (see Aviation News editorial comment on 27th September 2010), has stated that it needs to ensure timely decision making, strong control of revenues, costs, and strategy across all the levels of the organization to reach this goal.
The implementation of SAP will help EgyptAir to adopt a more integrated process-approach system.

“Technology forms a fundamental foundation in the future expansion plans of EgyptAir and we have chosen SAP to provide solutions that assist us in optimizing routes, capacity, and resources, enabling a platform for future growth and operational improvement, and ensuring the continued success of EgyptAir in implementing the highest international standards,” said Captain Alaa Ashour, Chairman & CEO, EgyptAir.

It is hoped that the SAP implementation project will help to transform all finance areas at EgyptAir by improving clarity and increasing executive insight through improved decision making and control functions across business processes including planning, forecasting, inventory management, business intelligence, cost allocation, real time route analysis, and planning and simulation.

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