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Pegasus Airlines partners with ICRON to digitalise and optimise end-to-end operations

Posted 30 July 2019 · Add Comment

ICRON, a provider of Optimised Decision Making and Supply Chain Optimisation software solutions, has entered into a partnership with Pegasus Airlines to digitalise and optimise the airline’s end-to-end planning, decision making, and operations.

 

The first phase of this partnership – which aims to ultimately optimise all of Pegasus’ ground operations through ICRON’s integrated, automated planning and decision-making software platform – is the implementation of ICRON’s Ground Handling Services Optimisation Solution.

ICRON’s Ground Handling Services Optimisation Solution – which will be implemented by Pegasus this year – will enable the airline to boost on-time performance, operational efficiency and profitability, customer satisfaction, and service-level excellence from touchdown to take-off.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with ICRON to digitalise and optimise our planning, decision making, and operations. The implementation of ICRON’s Ground Handling Services Optimisation Solution marks a major milestone for us as a company in our digitalisation journey. Our ultimate enterprise-wide goal is to become a fully digital airline that is able to digitalise, innovate, integrate, and improve every aspect of our operations – and we will work together with ICRON to realise this goal,” said Barış Fındık, chief information officer of Pegasus Airlines.

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