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Royal Caribbean Selects Quintiq Software

Posted by May 31, 2016

 
Quintiq, a Dassault Systèmes company, announced that Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has selected its software solution to optimize the assignment of more than 80,000 crew members across its various brands and ships globally.
 
As a global company, Royal Caribbean required a solution that could handle increasingly complex workforce planning conditions unique to the cruise business, and its manual approach to crew planning and scheduling was time-consuming and left no room for optimization.
 
Quintiq is able to incorporate all the rules, regulations and requirements of its planning environment. Royal Caribbean crew planners will no longer need to spend vast amounts of time manually incorporating these complex rules and requirements into plans. Quintiq’s solution will also optimize plans to maximize the productivity and performance of their crew in order to lower operating costs while increasing workforce performance, customer satisfaction and profitability.
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