Good Data, Smarter Travel

Charged with keeping track of travel assets, including employees, iJET International relies on data management best-practices and advanced analytics to keep its clients in the know on current and potential world events affecting travel, Rich Murnane, Director of Enterprise Data Operations & Data Architect, told All Analytics in an interview from the 2014 SAS Global Forum Executive Conference.
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BethSchultz
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Re: Good data
BethSchultz   5/14/2014 1:13:05 PM
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Thank you for sharing, Rich!

murnane
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murnane   5/14/2014 11:07:18 AM
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Thank you for the comments and kind words!  Best...Rich Murnane (@murnane)

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Lyndon_Henry   5/12/2014 3:40:35 PM
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..

Wonder if iJET was tracking data for any of the passengers on Malaysia Airlines 370.

Who would've imagined there would someday be so many employees flying to so many places around thr world, on so many flaky airlines, that there would be a niche for an independent data analytics company that could try to keep track of them?

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Good data
Hospice_Houngbo   4/30/2014 2:04:05 PM
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People at iJET are making a notoriousely difficult data collection task a more enjoyable endeavour. That is a better way to dig out value from travel data. When the data is of high quality, it can effectively be used to improve risk management and decision support.


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