Timing and Features Valuation for Reservation Systems Selection
Reservation system selection is strategically critical, and inevitable, for any passenger transportation provider.
Timing issues inevitably arise due to interaction of the systems options considered with the operator’s
environment, the condition of the incumbent solutions, financial and contractual constraints, and the evolution of system’s capabilities.
By applying fareENOUGH’s proprietary quantitative methodology (fQBM) to the situation, we can compare the importance of the decision
timing to the capabilities of the selection, making it possible to optimize both timing and scope, or harmonize them with other requirements,
maximizing returns to the operator.
Traffic Data Valuation from In-flight Passenger Connectivity
Airline executives regularly face adoption decisions for new technologies such as in-flight passenger Internet
connectivity. Key decisions factors include timing, aspects of possible functionality to privilege, and marketing/sales
of the ensuing services.
Often, the inability to base decisions on from available data and an understood framework results in too cautious or
too generic approaches, which may prove problematic later.
By applying fareENOUGH’s proprietary quantitative methodology fQBM only to
already available traffic and travel data, it is possible to obtain quantitative, readily actionable answers tailored to
an individual airline and its customers.