"Smart Office" implementation for Aeroflot - Russian Airlines

Challenge

Aeroflot’s strategic target is to increase business performance. Accordingly, the company is constantly improving its corporate management system. But Aeroflot’s divisions were located in 10 different offices distributed across Moscow and Sheremetyevo Airport. To improve business management performance and streamline decision-making process, a decision was made to relocate the delivery and support personnel to the new office facility as well as a flight-control center. Asteros was selected as the general contractor for IT and engineering infrastructure implementation.

Timeline

2008-2009

Project delivery

Asteros acted as general contractor and completed the project in 12 months. The IT infrastructure of the new Aeroflot HQ is designed for 3000+ workstations and includes the following systems:

Traditionally, our company relies on innovation as a powerful means of optimizing quality of service and cost efficiency. The reliability of the HQ IT-infrastructure is vital for the business because our new office is the core of the company, including its Russian and offshore representative offices. Different elements of the infrastructure will help us develop strategic lines of business. For instance, a data centre, implemented within the scope of the project, will support all Aeroflot IT systems, including e-ticket sales and flight-control centre operations. We also expect to reduce IT maintenance costs due to the consolidation of IT resources.

Sergey Kiryushin, Deputy CEO, CIO Aeroflot - Russian Airlines

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