Aviation

Transitioning from Paper-Based to Automated Systems in Air Cargo

Air cargo has played a critical role throughout the COVID-19 pandemic—facilitating freight movement of medical equipment, for example, through aircraft conversions and expanded chartered flights. As airlines design their long-term recovery plans, regulatory processes, and checkpoint reviews could have a severe impact on the costs and service quality of time-sensitive shipments. Automation and other digital tools can deliver the transparency they need to adhere to these requirements.

Rethinking Air Cargo Technologies

  • Boost operational efficiency and service quality, even with reduced headcounts

  • Eliminate upfront Capex and optimize Opex with flexible, scalable payment options

  • Eliminate revenue leakage and improves sale-to-bill cycles

  • Using AI, resolve data inaccuracies and simplify operations in a single frame

  • Simplify compliance with international policies on perishable and other sensitive goods

Must-Have Technologies

  • Unified sales, operations, and accounting processes on a single SaaS-based platform

  • Automation of existing paper-based legacy systems, adding exponential cost and time savings

  • Provider data sourcing, IoT connectivity, and real-time analytics for integrated decision making

  • Seamless connectivity and data sharing between partners

  • Predictive analytics for accurate demand forecasting and efficient fleet deployment