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Are Airlines Doing Anything About Their Big Data Deficiencies?

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At MRO Asia-Pacific, Chris Doan from CAVOK speaks about Oliver Wyman's big data survey reports, and hints that airlines might not be acting yet on their identified big data shortcomings.

"This whole question of big data and how it's being perceived and handled by the airlines is really a good one, and it's one that is very important to this industry. In our Oliver Wyman MRO survey this year, we asked some probing questions of the airline about that, and it was pretty interesting what came back. About 65% of the airlines indicated they need more skills, more analytical skills, and they needed more IT skills. They also recognized the need for additional storage capability to handle that mega data. So, all of those are important, and I think the most telling thing about that question is that it didn't suggest they were actually doing anything about it yet," says Doan.

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