There are only a few areas that are equally important for an airline’s safety than aircraft maintenance. Therefore, airlines operate sophisticated reporting systems to ensure the highest level of safety and quality of their aircraft. This article introduces five specific aircraft maintenance KPIs every airline should monitor in real-time.
Since the beginning of the Coronacrisis, airlines have been burning cash every day. And the longer the pandemic takes, the airlines are getting more creative when it comes to revenue sources. Here are six of the craziest ideas!
We hope y’all ready for the next edition of #AskBen. For this episode, we went back to the roots and answer five super-relevant questions about aviation and airlines!
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the global air industry. While it became evident that airlines would suffer a long-lasting impact, more and more airlines announced job cuts and layoffs as a necessary response to the crisis.
COVID-19’s impact on the airline industry is devastating. The pandemic exposed the vulnerability of an industry based on globalization — business and leisure-wise. What does that mean for innovative and digital developments in the airline industry? We put together five predictions!
COVID-19 turned the airline and aviation industry upside down. Moreover, the aftermath of COVID-19 will redefine the entire industry. Up to now, Chinese airlines seem to handle the pandemic much better than competitors from Europe and the US. What does that mean for the future of the aviation and airline industry?
I was looking forward to this blog post for quite a time. And today, I can finally announce the start of our ultimate source for crazy aviation facts. Sounds bold? Well, it will definitely take some time — but as you know, Rome wasn’t built in a day 😉
If search for Master Data Management Strategy, Google presents you 519 Million results. Even when we put the hyphens around the phrase “Master Data Management Strategy,” we can choose between 176,000 results. Both numbers are fascinating. However, I genuinely believe that 97% of the results won’t tell you about the most critical advice concerning Master Data Management Strategy.
I think I’m not exaggerating when saying that Master Data Management Systems (MDS) has a dull image. No fancy user interface, no AI, no nothing. Not sexy at all. And I’m not exaggerating when stating that many Master Data Management Systems projects last much longer than expected, don’t achieve set goals, or fail completely.
We hope y’all ready for the next edition of #AskBen. Especially when you’re dealing with KPIs this episode is a must-watch for you! We’ve collected five essential KPI questions for Ben to answer — so don’t miss that!
We hope y’all ready for the 8th edition of #AskBen. Particularly, because we selected a set of super interesting questions this time!
Podcasts are constantly becoming an essential source of insights, knowledge, inspiration, and thoughts about innovation. Moreover, the number of people listening to podcasts on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts is steadily increasing. In the United States alone, approximately 100 million people listen to podcasts. And that number is expected to grow to 160 million by 2023.
In today’s world, many companies utilize social media channels, like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. And undoubtedly, focusing on social media channels has become an essential pillar of a company’s success. Therefore, a considerable number of companies try to set up social media dashboards, including their most crucial Key Performance Indicators (KPI).
Regardless of the business, you operate or your company’s size, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are essential for sustainable success and growth. Moreover, monitoring the right set of Key Performance Indicators help to reach business and strategic goals massively. That’s why we put together the most relevant Key Performance Indicator Examples.
Today we are writing history. Once and for all, we will answer the question of why Master Data Management is that important. And let me be frank. Master Data Management is a topic with a bad reputation. Boring, unsexy, not needed are just a few things people tell me when discussing Master Data Management.
I know the title of this blog post is a bold statement. It probably sounds kind of weird in the beginning. But, moreover, I guess the first thing that comes to your mind is something like: What the heck has Facebook to do with a business intelligence (BI) dashboard?
Master Data Management isn’t shiny, sexy, or fancy. I’d even say that 99 out of 100 people would call Master Data Management simply “boring.” Sometimes, when I discuss Master Data Management and best practices in this field, I have to explain that Master Data Management isn’t about black screens with green letters.
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about social media in a business context? I guess it’s sales and marketing. Indeed, the number of people who mention Enterprise Content Management is super low. Probably the amount of people is equal to the polar bear population in the Antarctic.
Smartwatches are one of the most important trends of the following years. Moreover, smartwatches are continuously becoming an essential part of many people’s life.
The world of business intelligence and KPIs, in particular, is super fascinating to me. Especially when it comes to trends, I could spend days and nights discussing with my team what’s going to be hot in the future.
Let’s agree on the facts first: The primary use case of a KPI dashboard is about visualizing information and KPIs. Totally agree with that. However, I genuinely believe that a KPI dashboard can drive, establish, and realize additional use cases. Use cases that go beyond visualizing KPIs on a dashboard.
Let’s talk about the idea of using Tableau as a real-time dashboard. First, to make it clear right from the beginning: I love Tableau. I think Tableau has changed the way companies are approaching the world of data analytics — tremendously and sustainably.
Almost every company is currently looking for cost reduction measures. And this isn’t surprising. COVID-19, like no other crisis before, forces many companies to reduce costs or completely rethink their business models.
Identifying the next big disruptive innovation isn’t that easy. Moreover, I’m totally aware that “disrupting business intelligence and analytics” is a bold statement. However, this blog post is a huge topic that has been on my mind for many months now.