The American airline company, Delta Airlines picks AWS as their cloud service provider.
Lately, Delta Airlines has signed a multi-year deal with a prominent cloud provider, Amazon Web Services as a part of its digital business transformation.
Delta Airlines aims to offer more seamless and secure flight booking experiences through this partnership. Delta Airlines looks forward to leveraging AWS’s expertise in cloud technologies and solutions to meet industry and regulatory standards and the company’s continuous drive for efficacy and reliability.
Delta Airlines EVP and CIO, Rahul Samant said, We’re not just transforming our IT backbone – we’re rallying our entire organization to use leading technology to improve our customers’ travel experience in meaningful ways. Our work with AWS is one of many critical steps we’re taking to modernize our technology platform, empower our employees with the best tools available, and give customers even more control over the way they fly.
Meanwhile, Delta Airlines is encouraging its staff members to participate in training via the AWS Designated Virtual Trainer (DVT) program to promote cloud adoption and create fresh, internal, and client-facing capabilities.
Additionally, the airline company plans to extend AWS’s program all across Delta’s international hubs; so the employees can access both in-person and online cloud skills training.
Amazon Web Services’ Senior VP of Sales, Marketing, and Global Services said, Continuous innovation is at the core of Delta’s commitment to its customers. Delta is using AWS’s global infrastructure, proven operating expertise, and wide range of services to drive innovation in delivering superior customer service, as well as enhancing efficiency and reliability across its global network.
Delta Airlines and AWS partnership will ensure extended technology innovation.
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