Monday Jul 21
Top Image Systems' MobiFLOW Wins Mobile Innovations Award
Top Image Systems Ltd. , a leading ECM and BPM solution and MIP provider, announced today that the Mobile Innovations Awards named TIS' MobiFLOW as the 2014 winner in the "Best Use of an App to Collect Data and Information" category from among a group of finalists including Jumio and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
Codeshare a riddle for flyers
The tragedy of MH17 has highlighted that passengers may not be aware of the airline they are flying with when booking.
KLM Offers Customer Service Through LinkedIn
Effective as of July 16, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will offer 24/7 service via LinkedIn .
Malaysian National News Agency
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Codeshares With MAS For Flight MH17
KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 -- The KLM Royal Dutch Airlines , a code-share partner of Malaysia Airlines , said it was in contact with MAS to obtain further information on the alleged crash of Flight MH17.
The Link Between Social Media Activity And Corporate Reputation
Companies understand that they cannot control everything their customers say about them in the unpredictable, spontaneous, and potentially viral realm of social media.
Jet fuel turned green?
"Aviation will double in size worldwide in the next two decades, and if we're not able to provide a sustainable means to fly, we will create a ceiling for growth in the industry," says Ignaas Caryn, director of innovation at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Tweet Angers Mexico Soccer Fans
What was meant to be a joke has turned into a WHOOPS-moment for Dutch airline KLM after it infuriated Mexican soccer fans by taking to Twitter to celebrate the Netherlands' incredible comeback victory in the World Cup.
KLM spikes 'Adios, amigos' tweet
Almost no sooner had the Netherlands notched two quick scores to seize World Cup victory Sunday from the underdog Mexican team than KLM Royal Dutch Airlines posted a tweet that, instead of hailing its countrymen's valiant come-from-behind effort, seemed to taunt Mexico for its heartbreaking failure to advance.
Darlington and Stockton Times
Flight of a lifetime for aviation fans as iconic plane visits region
A FACTORY full of women built the Dakota DC-3 because at the time of its creation most working age men were fighting in the Second World War.