ADP (Aéroport de Paris) selects BagAssist for its Lost & Found Baggage Departments at Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports
SkyAssist, the Belgian provider of advanced software for the air transportation industry, has widened its customer base by welcoming ADP (Aéroports de Paris) into the BagAssist user community. BagAssist manages lost and found baggage processes as well as passenger enquiries and also helps increase ground staff productivity leading to reduced unit costs. BagAssist delivers improved service quality to handled airlines and passengers looking to be reunited with their mishandled baggage.
Every day, thousands of passenger bags are mishandled by the airline industry and their owners want to be reunited with their bags quickly and expect their problems to be addressed as efficiently as possible, whether by airport authorities, ground handlers or airline representatives. To recover passenger loyalty, it is critical that resources work rapidly and in a flexible way, in order to meet passenger demands.
BagAssist, deployable as a web based application, is a great leap forward in the area of mishandled baggage and in addition to increasing ground staff productivity it delivers real-time management information and helps reduce the costs associated with traditional telecommunication networks.
BagAssist, SkyAssist’s vanguard solution is an application that automates processes for the follow-up of lost and found baggage and it is integrated with SITA’s WorldTracer™, the worldwide standard for the tracing and recovery of lost luggage. BagAssist automatically produces all the required documents for both the passenger and the agent and also manages all information relating to flights, handling contracts, delivery agreements, etc…
With its intuitive, interactive and user-friendly interface working from an Internet browser, it is very easy to learn, providing immediate access to a centralized database.
“Thanks to BagAssist, we now offer handling companies, airports and airlines a baggage solution based on their current needs and processes”, explains Luc Trentels, Founder and General Manager of SkyAssist. “Our open systems approach, through the internet, and our philosophy that aims for simplicity and integration, allows our customers to save on the high costs of developing tools themselves and using traditional networks. The ease of use of BagAssist also reduces the learning process for ground staff whilst enabling an immediate increase in productivity. We are confident that these benefits will ensure many other companies in the industry will soon join our customer community.”