Korean Air unveils resource planning systemKorean Air, the country’s leading airline, unveiled its enterprise resource planning system to mark the company’s 43rd birthday yesterday.
The company said it’s the first airline in the world to introduce such a system created to improve business efficiency.
According to officials, the enterprise resource planning system developed under the assistance of Oracle allows the airline to manage and share all the resources and information on a single system.
Korean Air said it invested a total of 100 billion won ($89.7 million).
It said that 900 information technology experts were involved in the project, which started in 2003.
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