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  • 1. The SwITch Group Airport Service Provider THE PASSENGER AS NODAL POINT IN THE INTERMODAL LOGISTICAL NETWORK: “ The new virtual distribution channels of the Schiphol-Cluster” Ad Kramer
  • 2. COMMON USE INFRASTRUCTURES AT VIRTUAL AIRPORTS AIRPORT-CLUSTER The listening airport-cluster! A virtual airport-cluster is defined as a system of inter-connected logistical firms, service providers and institutions whose value as a whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Cluster-airport affects overall competitiveness, increased productivity, service innovation, infrastructure management and customer relationship
  • 3. Domestication/Taming of the ICT focussed at ‘complicated simplicity! Harnassing and exploiting ICT despite ever increasing complexity and volatility! SYSTEMS INTEGRATION AND THE STRATEGIC USE OF ICT BY (VIRTUAL) AIRPORTS
  • 4. Traveller/shipper centric airport cluster/community/city COMMUNITY PARTNERS COHERENCE (BUSINESS MODEL) KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITY EMPLOYEES ARCHITECTURE/ INFRASTRUCTURE VALUE SHOPS WEBSITES CORE GOVERNANCE INTRANET/EXTRANET AIRPORT VALUE CHAINING Common infrastructure The listening airport! Turn the websites to your advant- age by comparative shopping! Less hurried travelling! The benefits for business partners of physical and virtual proximity to the airport-cluster outweigh the costs!
  • 5. METAPHOR OF THE RED ROBBINS AND THE TITMOUSES
  • 6. WARP AND WOOF SAIL FEDERATED/SHARED RESOURCES ROBUST SITUATIONAL BUSINESS/ICT-AWARENESS AND ICT-ALIGNMENT
  • 7. CRITERIA FOR KEY-SYSTEMS # LICENSE TO OPERATE AS AN AIRPORT # GENERATING REVENU STREAMS (YIELD MANAGEMENT) # STRATEGIC USE BY STAKEHOLDERS UNBUNDLING AND VIRTUAL DEDICATION RESULT INTO 15 TO 20 KEY/ANCHORING SYSTEMS, WHICH NEED TOP MANAGEMENT FOCUS AND WILL NEVER BE OUTSOURCED!
  • 8. ICT gives your business opportunities it deserves! Focus on outcome! STRATEGIC ICT-AGENDA FOR 2000: # Overall unbundling of infrastructure and of financial administration # Virtual Visit Logistics # Virtual Passenger Logistics # Membership Program/Personalizing Engine # Virtual Distribution Channels to Customers # Real Estate/Office Exploitation
  • 9. It’s like the beaver said to the rabbit as they stared up at the immense earthwork of the dam: “ No, I didn’t actually build it … ………… .. but it’s based on an idea of mine! Development of virtual concepts of dedication, sourcing and knowledge for the virtual airport-cluster!
  • 10. In many organizations, the 800-pound gorilla’s that impaire performance and stifle change are ‘culture’ and ‘infrastructure’!
  • 11. The ‘digital mobile traveller’ is out of sight, but never out of range! He is becoming a node in the airport’s ‘catchment area network’! HelloPort - Travel Companion Value Shop with follow-me context Ericsson
  • 12. e Airport - portfolio <ul><li># Travel Companium value shop: “HelloPort” </li></ul><ul><li># Distribution channel Websites: </li></ul><ul><li>* ‘Telephony’ </li></ul><ul><li>* ‘Internet’ </li></ul><ul><li>* ‘Kiosk’ </li></ul><ul><li># Common Use Kiosks: </li></ul><ul><li>* ‘Logistical Selfservice Check-in Kiosks’ </li></ul><ul><li>* ‘Multimedia Kiosks’ </li></ul><ul><li># Airport Operational Database: ‘Core+’ </li></ul><ul><li># Follow-me travel script/profile: ‘Airport PNR’ </li></ul>COSTS, SPEED AND CONTEXT ARE THE PRIMARY SERVICE-DIFFERENTIATORS!
  • 13. Travel companion value shop! TRAVEL COMPANION VAUE SHOP Calling-in of data-elements of the airport-PNR with pincode/biometrics! The released data-elements are the basis for further enhanced service delivery! Fixed information per journey: @ Address details @ (Mobile) Telephone number @ Pager number @ E mail addresses at home and at office @ Credit card numbers with expiration dates @ Nationality @ Passport number with expiration date @ Relatives to be warned in case of emergency @ Office address details @ Telephone-list @ E mail address-list @ License plate of car Variable information: * Travel-mode information * Reserved parking * Door-to-airport-baggage service and vice versa * Tax free purchase * Car rental * Hotel reservation * Telephone-numbers of meeters at arriving airport * Flight details and connecting flights * Travelagency-details * Reservation-number (airline PNR’s) You never travel alone! HelloPort is your travel-companion and keeps you in touch!
  • 14. e Airports with a membership- program don’t ask twice! and still provide you grip on your travel and situational awareness <ul><li>Differentiating and diversifying airport-services around the traveller and his baggage (usability) </li></ul><ul><li>The virtual airport is accessible any-time-any-where (learning curve) </li></ul><ul><li>Tailor-made through the airport-cluster (personalizing engine; interactive packaging) </li></ul><ul><li>Focus on retaining customers by usage satisfaction, preventing ‘churn’ because loyalty is evaporating </li></ul>A true private airport is one that makes you wonder if you’re the only client!
  • 15. At Schiphol up to 300,000 consumers are passing physically the airport at peakdays! Tapping into these value streams is of eminent importance: # Travellers: * inbound * outbound * sourcebound * transfer # Meeters/Greeters # Railstop-overs # Daytrippers # Visitors # Employees # Suppliers # Business Partners The emerging core competence of virtual airport is leveraging the untapped potential of the consumer- and freight-flows they already own!
  • 16. COMMON USE SELF SERVICE CHECK-IN (from March 1999 hand baggage only)
  • 17. COMMON USE SELF SERVICE CHECK-IN HOLDBAGGAGE CHECK-IN 1ST QUARTER 2000 (Iris-recognition for authentication of the traveller!)
  • 18. Common-use selfservice check-in at Schiphol for the KLM/NorthWest/Alitalia alliance with 13 airlines connected to CoDeCo Departure and Control System Extension of the kiosk-network in the catchment area to Regional Airports, Hotels and Railway Stations
  • 19. ICT - BUSINESS ALIGNMENT IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM SCHIPHOL January 1999 Focus on the traveller’s electronic door!
  • 20. The paradigm of the tiger and the antilope All airports are equal not ……….. in responding to or coping with the industry-drivers as for the application of Information and Communication Technology!
  • 21. STRATEGIC INFLECTION POINTS Value chain outperforming competition Leveraging core competencies Capitalizing on generic relationships/Strategic fit Inflection-/way-points Focus Risc averse Risc taking Risc seeking Business space/ Mission & Identity Local position Mainport Position in global network Leading edge operator Service agility Listening organization External context in travel/transport industry Internal corporate context/Branding Outcome based context Commissions Margins The culture gets risk averse and you end up investing too much in the old!
  • 22. # Culture/values # Mindset/lifestyle # Identity # Specific Needs Core Ideology * Culture * Core Values * Identity (Mission) Envisioned Future * Brand Value Proposition (Vision) * Service Portfolio’s (Strategy) * Value Added Services (Functionality) Virtual Brand Match Model MAXIMUM FIT/MATCH Brand Image
  • 23. ICT - BUSINESS ALIGNMENT IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: Catchwords: # Virtual dedication/Service agile solutions/Brand Identity/ Customer interaction # Inflection Points/ Leveraging knowledge # Togetherness/Airport-clustering/ Virtual sourcing Business Intelligence: # Megacarrier alliances # Pipelines/Context/Content # Virtual brand match # Profiled interactive packagers/‘cream-skimming’ new entrants # Travel companion solutions New entrants are successfully challenging the incumbent-airports that are considering themselves secure because of their physical location, business model and captive audience!
  • 24. THE RED QUEEN EFFECT (Alice in Wonderland) : ‘ It takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place!’ Joined procurement and joined research & development! Situational leadership on specific functionality in an airport-cluster perspective! “Sustaining the lead through sustaining the focus”

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