NORCROSS, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#simplifymobile–Stratix, which provides enterprise managed mobile services (MMS), and
Southwest Airlines, the airline known for exemplary customer service,
continue their mobility collaboration by incorporating iPad mini-powered
Electronic Flight Bags (EFB) into the aircraft cabin.
The EFBs will replace the paper manuals that Southwest Flight Attendants
use to reference policies, procedures and manuals while working a trip.
The iPad minis also will enable Southwest to simplify the way policies
and procedures are updated and ensure that flight attendants receive
updates at the same time.
For more detail and commentary on the project, please read “iPads
Take Flight At Southwest,” a feature cover story on the project in
the August issue of Field Technologies Online.
here for a short video of the Southwest Airlines EFBs in action.
“There are a multitude of efficiencies and conveniences gained by
acquiring an Inflight EFB, and we are thrilled to offer this technology
to our flight attendants,” said Sonya Lacore, Southwest Airlines Vice
President Cabin Services. “At Southwest, we strive for continuous
improvement, and this multi-year mobility initiative is going to bring
about new and exciting changes for our flight attendants and our
“Our mutual focus on customer experience and improved efficiency has
created a long-standing collaboration with Southwest,” said Gina Gallo,
president and CEO, Stratix Corporation. “Helping our clients realize the
full value of their mobile investments and achieve their corporate
mission is behind our successful partnerships with clients such as
Stratix delivers, supports and manages mobile solutions for
market-leading companies around the world. For more than three decades,
innovative enterprises have trusted Stratix for outsourcing their
Managed Mobile Services (MMS) solutions to help simplify the
complexities of mobile. For more information, follow Stratix on Twitter
@stratixmobile and visit www.stratixcorp.com.
Lis Martin, 773-746-2794