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Gulf Air Selects Finesse For Qlik Implementation

Posted 26 September 2016 · Add Comment

Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air has selected Finesse for the implementation of its Qlik business intelligence solution.


Dr. Jassim Haji, Gulf Air’s Director Information Technology in Gulf Air, (pictured right) said: “Driving insights and information from data is key for strategic and tactical business decision making.”
Qlik will bring different data sources together to provide unique actionable knowledge that will help the airline monitor its business operations and make timely decisions which are critical for the airline’s sustainability.
“This initiative will leverage Gulf Air’s Hybrid Cloud for fast and quick implementation and will complement the existing Big Data solution to achieve the highest level of sophistication in business analytics from internal and external data sources for our business users,” added Haji.
Sunil Paul, COO, Finesse said the airline will reap tangible business benefits from the engagement. “Our team has the proven expertise to undertake enterprise wide business intelligence implementation projects that translate complex requirements into business solutions.”
 

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