dnata catering Australia deploys SnapLogic Cloud integration platform

22nd January 2020 (Last Updated January 22nd, 2020 14:48)

dnata catering Australia has deployed SnapLogic’s Cloud integration platform to support system migration project following its acquisition of Qantas Airways’ catering businesses in 2018.

dnata catering Australia has deployed SnapLogic’s Cloud integration platform to support system migration project following its acquisition of Qantas Airways’ catering businesses in 2018.

SnapLogic’s integration platform utilises AI-powered workflows and self-service interface capabilities to make it quicker and easier for organisations to manage every application integration, data integration, API management, B2B integration, and data engineering projects on a single, scalable platform.

dnata catering Australia has adopted SnapLogic’s intuitive, visual, clicks-not-code integration approach to rapidly finish several integrations and bring business value.

It undertook a complete migration of Q Catering applications from AWS to dnata catering’s Microsoft Azure Cloud system employing the SnapLogic platform.

Later, dnata included Qantas’ passenger and scheduling systems, ERP systems, and other third party systems.

dnata catering Australia IT operations manager Vinod Nemade said: “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.”

SnapLogic field CTO Brad Drysdale said: “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.

“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.”

Based in Dubai, UAE, dnata is part of Emirates Group. It offers ground handling, cargo, travel, and in-flight catering services in 85 countries across six continents.