Technology company Veovo and Brazilian consultancy BOA have announced a strategic partnership to bring intelligent decision-making to Brazilian airports.
BOA can now offer Veovo’s Intelligent Airport platform, a suite of solutions that joins up data, advanced forecasting and decision-making across the airport. With integrated flight, resource and people flow management, operators and their partners can simplify collaboration, proactively flex to live events, assign people and assets more efficiently and deliver predictable journeys. It also offers revenue management tools to automate the preparation and processing of airport invoices and build flexible tariff structures to win new carriers and encourage sustainable aviation.
Brazil has the second-highest number of airports in the world after the US and has the sixth-largest domestic aviation market. With an ambitious National Airport Plan to develop the industry’s infrastructure and improve services, the country’s airports are undergoing the most significant transformation in their history.
“With increasing traffic and high levels of investment, there is a huge demand in Brazil for solutions that enable automation and collaboration across the airport, so that operators can plan more effectively, anticipate issues faster and improve performance,” said Ângelo Grossi, BOA´s founding partner.
James Williamson, CEO of Veovo, commented: “We’re excited to partner with BOA to help bring about the improvements necessary to achieve Brazil’s National Airport Plan and establish the country as a leading transport hub. Thanks to the digitisation opportunities offered by BOA and Veovo, the country’s airports and their partners can stay ahead of the dynamic shifts in aviation by optimising operations, improving resilience and offering a better overall airport experience.”