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With modular and highly scalable solutions, Omnevo empowers everything from pre-order and e-commerce to on-board retail and back-office operations, helping your airline, airport and rail operations to maximize revenue potential while providing an exceptional customer experience. 

Our portfolio covers everything from pre-order to point-of-sale and operations management integration, empowering airline, airports and rail operators to manage their own digital platform and deliver a seamless, branded passenger experience. With Omnevo, you can tap into the full power of the e-commerce marketplace and take your revenue to new heights.

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Break free from third-party systems. Own your data. Manage all suppliers on one integrated platform. Deliver your uniquely branded experience to customers seamlessly.

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Begin with an MVP that allows for a quick "plug-and-play" launch. Evolve into an integrated end-to-end solution in an agile environment. Measure, learn and adapt as you scale across your entire customer base.

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Be assured of minimized upfront investments based on a subscription model. Implement modular solutions that solve immediate pain points. Build an evolutionary roadmap that drives sustainable future revenues.

Driving ancillary revenue growth for

Case Study: Singapore Airlines' KrisShop
Next-generation airline retailing

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Case Study: From Airport to Global Omnichannel Travel and Shopping Hub

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Case Study: Creating a Digital Foundation for Air Europa

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Case Study: New performance levels for SKY express

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Aviation & Travel

True Innovation Comes Outside The Cabin

One of the biggest emerging trends I have seen in the airline sector over the last couple of years is the concept of passenger self-serve onboard or order to seat. Despite the almost constant discussion at every industry event, the funny thing is, this isn’t really new at all – almost 10 years ago, a former CEO of an onboard retail technology provider proclaimed: “Over time the duty free model will shift to 100% passenger self-service transactions. One of the biggest reasons being the fact that the trolley only comes down the aisle once a journey, for half an hour – in essence the duty free store is only open for half an hour. If I can make transactions myself, through self-service technology, the store is open for the entire flight.” And yet, a decade later, this isn’t even close to the reality on-board most aircraft. During the pandemic, with the need for social distancing, coupled with a desire for innovation, self-service again bubbled to the fore – it gained a new level of relevance. With passengers across all demographics accustomed to ordering everything from groceries to new cars via their phones, digital transactions onboard an aircraft look to be a natural extension of what has become an everyday digital experience. The aviation sector is obsessed (but occasionally intimidated) by digital answers, and there is much that can already be done. Making a digital store available for browsing and even purchasing is achievable, both on IFE and passengers own devices. The process raises a number of operational implications, such as how crew learn of and deliver orders, how payments are handled (particularly if there is no air-to-ground connection) and how this sits alongside the existing cabin service. All of these issues require significant thought and, in some cases investment; and there lies the heart of the problem.