Air Cargo Handling System Revamp
2009 – 2012
Assisted in determining the technical architecture and leading the development team in implementing the system using service-oriented architecture (SOA).
While Hactl’s legacy system had served them for over 10 years, business changes were driving the need for an advanced, up-to-date system to handle the tonnage of thousands of planes. This had to be implemented as quickly as possible without impacting the current operational environment.
Qualicom deployed more than 20 consultants, including Architects and Developers, to the project team of 110 IT professionals. They worked effectively with IBM, Oracle and Hactl to develop the new system.
The solution was built on Sun Microsystem and IBM enterprise-class servers, leveraging Oracle and Adobe technologies such as Flex, Application Server, Database, Coherence, Data Integrator, Data Guard, Active Data Guard, and Enterprise Manager.
The system incorporated industry best practices and was architected in a way that facilitated business expansion for new port operations.
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The system was successfully implemented in 2012 and is now a well-recognized cargo management system by the industry. All 91 airline customers are now using the new technology.
“Over the course of this program, Qualicom architects exhibited highly effective communication skill and technical competence in their work. Their commitment to quality, delivery, openness and teamwork makes them valuable additions to our technical teams…”— General Manager, Information Services ,Hactl