Sky Bridge Cargo opts for Awery on digitalisation

By Damian Brett

(L) Vitaly Smilianets, Awery Aviation Software and Abdulnasser AlSaei, Sky Bridge Cargo. Source: Awery

Sky Bridge Cargo has implemented Awery Aviation Software’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform as the carrier looks to enhance its digital presence.

The system, which was implemented in two weeks, will connect the Bahrain-headquartered airline’s sales, operations, and finance functions, as well as supporting bookings through Awery’s CargoBooking system.

It also uses artificial intelligence to automate previously manual tasks.

“In the air cargo sector, communication, effective data flow, categorising and ensuring that all the related departments are on the same page is of utmost importance,” said Abdulnasser AlSaei, managing director of Sky Bridge Cargo.

Awery chief executive Vitaly Smilianets added: “The Awery system has been developed to be flexible and scalable, working specifically to support the aviation and logistics sector.

“Our aim is to improve and automate business processes, visibility, and performance and to reduce the risk of error and the need for human intervention.”

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