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Controlling the cost of disruption, but how?

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The cost of aviation is in the last passenger. Although we know this it’s hard to control it. We put all our effort in tooling to have better control on the pre-operational process. The best thing is yet to come. A seamless and efficient operation. How? Read the article.

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Aviation and IT innovation, two different worlds…?

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Every innovation starts with; “No. This will not be needed here” Avoiding or even saying it will be impossible. History proofs repeatedly the opposite. The Wright brothers proofed we can fly. We can go to the moon, and we did… Every innovation ends with; Commodity,

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FTE Dublin: the end-to-end passenger experience

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If there is one thing to take away from Future Travel Experience (FTE) it is that the aviation industry is getting more and more IT driven. If you don’t embrace IT, you will fall behind. Will humans support technology or will technology serve humans?

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Data portability: all you need to know

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The new right to data portability is introduced by Article 20 of the GDPR. This right allows for data subjects to receive the personal data that they have provided to a controller, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and to transmit those data to another data controller.

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The five main tasks of the Data Protection Officer

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The GDPR recognises the Data Protection Officer (DPO) as a key player in the new data governance system and lays down conditions for his or her appointment, position and tasks. The aim of this post is to explain relevant provisions in the GDPR to help our clients to comply with the law, but also to assist DPOs in their role.

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Four new rights of the individual under GDPR

Four new rights of the individual under GDPR

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The changes introduced by the GDPR in 2018 are substantial and aim for a higher level of data protection. The Regulation is again a wide-ranging piece of legislation passed by the EU and introduces new concepts like the ‘right to be forgotten’ and data portability (to call out only a few) which will take some getting used to.

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Event processing: versterk de klantbeleving

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Vandaag de dag draait alles om beleving. Klantbeleving, digitaal en fysiek, met de nadruk op personalisatie. In een wereld waar alles digitaal is en wordt gaan we steeds verder om die beleving op elk terrein te vergroten.

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The solution to bridge the gap between business and IT

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For many consulting firms and software vendors bridging the gap between business and IT is sort of a holy grail. Contrary to what you might expect, bridging this gap has proven to be quite a challenge as it has been a topic for debate for many years now.

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Do you have control on the implementation of changes?

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In recent weeks, I have visited many companies struggling with the implementing of changes that must take place. Although each company has its own specific challenges, there is a shared pattern. Changes are often related to implementing legislation, updating ICT systems or introducing new production processes and changes in existing processes. All fundamental changes with a significant impact.

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Don't choose between business rules or processes

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To successfully execute a change, drawing a process is not enough. It is also essential to capture all business rules. ICT should make the translation into software systems and not have to write the rules. Practice shows that companies that establish their rules well in advance are 25% faster in project implementation and reduce the cost of failure by up to 20%!

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