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Frontier Airlines Uses SaaS Collaborative Software

Frontier Airlines has had to navigate through turbulent times recently: a bankruptcy filing in 2008, depressed domestic travel, and layoffs. To help manage operations during these challenges, the Denver-based company is relying on collaboration software that it procures via the software-as-a-service delivery model.
The work management software enables better collaboration across departments, so Frontier can oversee essential projects at a time when its workforce is smaller because of layoffs.
Frontier uses the software to manage day-to-day projects, providing visibility and accountability across functions and roles in areas such as finance, human resources, flight and station operations, marketing, maintenance and engineering, and in-flight services.
Source: Baseline

Frontier Airlines has had to navigate through turbulent times recently: a bankruptcy filing in 2008, depressed domestic travel, and layoffs. To help manage operations during these challenges, the Denver-based company is relying on collaboration software that it procures via the software-as-a-service delivery model.
The work management software enables better collaboration across departments, so Frontier can oversee essential projects at a time when its workforce is smaller because of layoffs.
Frontier uses the software to manage day-to-day projects, providing visibility and accountability across functions and roles in areas such as finance, human resources, flight and station operations, marketing, maintenance and engineering, and in-flight services.
Source: Baseline