As an airline grows, workplace conflict follows. It’s nobody’s fault, it’s just a statistical inevitability: The more people that need to work together, the more work styles and personalities must cooperate to complete projects, daily operations and achieve company goals.
As part of the course “Data Driven Business Model Innovation” students from The Hague University of Applied Sciences have helped RB Group with identifying and addressing airline crew needs on location. Their advice: create a social feature or app to help airline crew on layovers.
RB Group innovates airline communications and connects crew to the operation process, by providing the RosterBuster App to airline crew and RB Connect to airlines. This has been recognized by the head jury of the 2019 Computable Awards, who nominated RB group.aero for ‘Best SMB Supplier Of The Year’.
RB Group has seen phenomenal growth the past year. The India Office has been pivotal in this expansion. Our CTO Jeroen Derwort has visited the office in Pune last week to work with the team and give them a strategy update.
Does your airline use WhatsApp for internal communications? WhatsApp is great for keeping track of your social life, but when used as a tool for business you’ll find it’s doesn’t meet GDPR privacy and security regulations. If you’re using WhatsApp in your business, could you be risking data breaches?
Mobile app development has been moving rapidly ever since the first iPhone was introduced by Steve Jobs. Developers have more choices than ever. Not only can we develop apps natively, but also interesting alternatives have entered the arena, such as React Native, Flutter and Ionic. But will they stack up against good old native? And […]
For many flights, you can now see the gate and terminal info and call sign (tail number), right in your RosterBuster events list! A clever algorithm developed by a student from The Hague University accumulates and processes this data from various sources and delivers it to you to your phone when you need it.