Tuesday, 28 January 2020 02:55

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Global catering provider dnata Catering Australia is using SnapLogic’s intelligent integration platform to support a system migration project following its acquisition in 2018 of Qantas Airways’ catering businesses, Q Catering and Snap Fresh.

dnata catering Australia employs more than 4,000 people across 9 cities and 17 locations, and produces more than 64 million meals and services for over 246,000 flights each year.

Its parent company dnata – part of the Emirates Group – is based in Dubai and is one of the world’s largest air services providers and a partner for over 270 airline customers around the world.

Vinod Nemade, IT Operations Manager, dnata Catering Australia, commented: “We had a very tight schedule for this major migration and integration project and building a new in-house competency team was not a viable solution”.

“With SnapLogic’s intuitive integration platform, customer-centric approach, fast turnaround, and reliable consultancy services, we were able to complete nearly 30 complex integrations, with the help of our internal IT team. This resulted in our ability to efficiently migrate critical systems and complete integrations without any interruption to our newly adopted business operations and customer delivery, all while meeting our aggressive timeline goals.”

“In any industry, integrating business and IT operations after an acquisition is never straightforward, but when you add to that a need to maintain meal supply to more than 600 flights per day, to hundreds of thousands of passengers, each with specific and frequently-changing meal requirements, and a very tight timeline on top of it, it becomes incredibly complex,” said Brad Drysdale, Field CTO at SnapLogic,

“We’re proud to have supported the dnata catering team in Australia through this period and look forward to working with them on future projects.”


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