Business Prospects Of A Saas Based Airline Revenue Assurance Business

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APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECT ON Analysis of the business prospects of a SAAS based airline revenue assurance business. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement of Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA) Information technology management Term 2 Period of Study: May 2015 to August 2015 Submitted By: Under the guidance of: Aditya Sharma GJAN15IT031 Mr Gerald Thomas Gaurav Kenue GJAN15IT032 Director, Ridhi Rabra GJAN15IT034 Altruis Health & Prof. Pascal Grant Director Hypermedia Consulting Pty. Ltd. Acknowledgement We are thankful to S P Jain School of Global management for providing us this opportunity to conduct a consultative research titled “Analysis of…show more content…
We are thankful to them for sharing their knowledge and expertise of the airline industry and the revenue assurance sector. The business insights helped us understand the problem from the industry perspective and carry out an in-depth analysis of the underlying challenges and shape the business plan that handles the same. We are also highly grateful to our academic mentor, Prof. Pascal Grant for guiding us from the very first day, keeping us on track with our schedule and helping us deal with any roadblocks on the way. His varied experience helped us see the issues from a fresh perspective that consequently helped us add more depth to our research. Last, but not the least, we would like to thank Mr Srinivas Phani, for his constant encouragement and guidance. Sincerely, Aditya Sharma/GJAN15IT031 Gaurav Kenue/GJAN15IT032 Ridhi Rabra/GJAN15IT034 Declaration We hereby declare that the matter included in the ARP report titled “Analysis of the business prospects of a SAAS based airline revenue assurance business” is the result of the study and analysis carried out by us. We further declare that this is our original work and has not been submitted in any form anywhere else. We have clearly referenced in accordance with departmental requirements, in both the text and the bibliography or references, all sources (either from a printed source, internet or any other source)
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