Dubai Technology Partners (DTP) has signed a partnership agreement with Quintiq for its work across the Middle East and North African regions.
DTP is a business consultancy and systems integrator for the aviation industry, and Quintiq, a Dassault Systèmes company, is a global supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) company.
Since 2004, DTP says it has acquired knowledge and skills to cater to the continuously evolving airport technology requirements but due to the rapid growth of the aviation industry in the MENA region, this strategic alliance will allow DTP to extend its offering.
The company says it will now be able to provide aviation customers with Quintiq’s “innovative planning and optimisation solutions” that will help to improve operations efficiency, increase productivity and ultimately positively impact passenger satisfaction and retention.
DTP managing director, Abdul Razzak Mikati (pictured above) said: “We collaborated with Quintiq in 2017 to deliver planning solutions to one of the biggest hub airports in the world to manage its fixed resources; including airport stands, gates, baggage belts and check-in counters. That successful implementation has improved the airport’s overall efficiency, reliability and passenger satisfaction.
“Through that collaboration, we recognised our complementary capabilities and synergies, and collectively, we believe that the formalization of our partnership will result in the delivery of much-needed, high-tech aviation optimization solutions to stakeholders across the region.”
Quintiq director of delivery in EMEAR, Henk De Bruin said: “DTP has impressed us with over a decade’s experience in aviation know-how, project management, delivery capability and high standards of service quality. On merit, DTP is our clear choice for a strong partnership in order to further strengthen Quintiq’s presence in the Middle East and North Africa’s aviation market.
“Our shared vision, goals and expertise will allow us to make day to day business easier for airports, airlines, ground handlers and ATCs and in doing so, set the highest industry standard.”