Port management system improves operations
Ports of Jersey has a new port management system which aims to optimise the efficiency of daily operations and improve the accuracy of customer communications.
The Veovo Port & Airport Management system enables Jersey’s airport and marine harbour to better predict flights and sailings times.
“Ports of Jersey is committed to providing quality experiences to all our passengers, carriers and shipping partners. Veovo gives us real-time insights into our operations and resources, allowing us to reduce delays and lower service costs,” said Alan Merry, Strategy & Development Director at Ports of Jersey.
Ports of Jersey is the commercial and tourist gateway to picturesque Jersey in the UK’s Channel Islands.
With tourism on the rise, Ports of Jersey now serves 2.3 million passengers and over 41 airlines and shipping operators.
The Veovo solution is providing the operator with complete visibility across its entire operation, to optimise the use of airport terminal and harbour resources, simplifying long-term planning and communicating with its passengers more efficiently.
With the system’s predictive insight, Ports of Jersey can now respond much quicker to unplanned events, passenger needs and business goals.
With the multi-modal transport hub now well on its digital transformation journey, Veovo is exploring further opportunities with Ports of Jersey to enhance operational efficiency, improve on-time performance and enhance the overall passenger journey experience.
Veovo is a predictive collaboration platform that is headquartered in New Zealand with offices in the UK, USA, Denmark and Malta.
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