In its drive to digitalize the way it conducts business and improve efficiency, National Airports Corporation (NAC) has reached another significant milestone, by migrating their on-premise finance system to a cloud platform, hosted by Technology One, an Australian based Software Company.
“NAC Finance and Accounting Division has been using Technology One’s on premise system since 2016, what we have done now, is transferred this system from the NAC Server onto Technology One’s cloud platform.
“This will enable us to use the system anywhere from any device, improve our interaction with clients and minimize downtime, explained Maris Taolam, NAC General Manager for Finance.
“NAC’s vision is to achieve operational excellence in the airport business throughout Papua New Guinea by 2030. Since 2016, NAC has embarked on its Digitalization Strategy to realise this vision,” Mr Taolam added.
Meanwhile, regarding the system’s security, Mr Taolam explained that access to the Technology One Cloud Platform is protected by a two-factor authentication system to maintain a high level of security.
Through digitalising its business processes, NAC aims to drive efficiency and staff productivity, improve workflow in delivering safe and secure airport services, governance and accountability.
Mr Taolam said NAC is planning more reforms in its Finance and Accounting Division with the integration of Technology-One and the One Airport Solution initiative by 2021.
This, he said, will include the Civil Aviation Development Investment Program (CADIP) Accounting System, Project Management System and the Document Management System.
The Project Management system (PMS) and Asset Management System (AMS) will automate the management of the entire lifecycle of a Project from Project Planning to Delivery and Asset from Acquisition to Disposal whilst the Document Management System will be implemented to ensure less use of paper through documents storage on Cloud.
NAC would like to thank its major service providers and look forward to their support to fully realize its Vision by 2030.