AI set to boost productivity, says Wiremind

Source: Wiremind

Paris-based aviation industry tech firm Wiremind has claimed that its artificial intelligence solutions could boost air cargo by up to 15%.

Wiremind provides AI-powered solutions to optimise operations in air cargo as well as passenger transport and the sports and events industries. Its software is designed to streamline processes and take advantage of advanced machine learning and AI systems.

The company said its solutions significantly cut operational costs and boost revenue, enhancing efficiency and job satisfaction among users as well as reducing resource consumption and promoting environmental stewardship.

Wiremind added its strategy extends beyond revenue management to optimising entire commercial systems including enhancing website functionality, price optimization and improving the overall customer experience. Its approach also includes seamless onboarding processes, access control measures, and after-sales support.

Co-founder and chief executive Colin Girault-Matz stated: “We bring new solutions at every release, constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. While we’ve made significant strides, there’s still much to address in the aviation industry.

“Our optimization engine works exceptionally well, yet we recognize the vast potential to add layers of innovation and efficiency. Our journey continues, fuelled by our dedication to delivering impactful solutions that drive positive change within the industry.”

In November, Wiremind unveiled capacity optimisation technology to meet the needs of freight forwarders, working closely with partners to enhance its SKYPALLET solution to accommodate their specific requirements.

SKYPALLET 2.0 would offer a forwarder-specific, dedicated workflow module, it said.

Wiremind develops capacity optimisation technology for forwarders

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