United Airlines employees to receive mobile devices

December 19th, 2014 | Posted by Kevin Corley in Document Management

United Airlines announced a gift for its employees just in time for the holiday season.

Beginning in the second quarter of 2015, the airline’s 23,000 employees will get mobile devices in a push to go paperless in-flight. These will be used for retail transactions, accessing company email and logging into employee sections of the website.

[marker] Soon United employees will be able to access their entire safety manual on the devices. Updates on repairs, cabin issues and other real-time data will be made available too.

Pilots, who began receiving tablets in 2011, will be given updated devices to work with.

[marker] By using the devices’ content management systems, employees will be able to offer better and faster service to United Airlines’ customers.

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