Proavos’ flagship offering is, Aviation Operating System (AVOS1) and is a Central Reservation System that uniquely acts as an integrator designed to support specialized third party systems in a single intelligent interface; enabling superior inventory control and multi-channel distribution capability. The AVOS1 platform features several innovations in design, interface, analytics and user centricity. “It is a total solution with all major modules such as fares, inventory management and scheduling built on top of a highly configurable modular application platform,” articulates Naveed. The focus of most PSS solutions is towards easing the travel process for customers; AVOS1 extends that by modernizing the backend and increasing revenue through smarter use of customer data and merchandizing. Apart from a modern PSS platform, Proavos has developed an In-flight Entertainment System that delivers information, communication, entertainment, and ancillary services in a single stage unlike ever before, it is in talks with major carriers for exclusive relationship. “It offers a strong merchandizing platform for airlines to capitalize on revenue potentials from inflight services,” comments Naveed.
AVOS1 is a next-gen PSS that enables superior end-to-end inventory control and multi-channel distribution
Moving on, Proavos pledges to retain a competitive advantage in their business by advocating lean and effective practices in their solutions. The company draws from their resource base, perspective of the trends, and cost structures to remain absolutely competitive. The aviation industry is expected to cater to ever increasing passenger numbers in the next ten years with a multifold growth in the number of airports and size of airlines. Proavos plans to address this development by introducing new solutions and upgrades for their existing solutions. “Staying with the technological trends and leading the change is the position we want to be in. We are currently testing solutions that will consolidate all the functions of an airline within a universal service layer through high level of automation, while reducing cost to own and operate,” ends Naveed.