AirportLostandFound.com announces new software service for airports and airlines
May 27, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsMay 27, 2016 - AirportLostandFound.com announced today the pre-launch of their new web service for airport employees called AirportLostandFoundSoftware.com. This new, global, cloud-based SAS system is tailored specifically to the needs of airports and airlines. Now air-employees will be able to access a global database of items lost or found anywhere in the world. They can list items, notify and connect with customers, inventory items and print shipping labels for delivery.
"Two major obstacles to recovering lost items while traveling are that each airline and airport has unique procedures in place for recovery and, quite frankly, you have just traveled from the very place you've lost your item," said Mark Jakubczak, owner and founder of AirportLostandFoundSoftware . "I saw these flaws in the system and developed a solution that can globally connect airlines, airports and air travelers."
AirportLostandFoundSoftware.com will be a huge asset to Airport Lost and Found departments across the globe as it will reduce long lines and waiting periods, which will improve customer satisfaction and reduce costs. Not only can the cloud-based software be seamlessly updated to the latest technology, it also integrates directly with the company's consumer site, AirportLostandFound.com, where air travelers can fill in an online form to report a lost item from anywhere in the world. Both websites take privacy and security seriously; all users go through a sturdy and secure ID verification process.
AirportLostandFound.com is a technology-based, item recovery service with a global network. AirportLostandFound.com's service is built around convenience and efficiency. Since (YEAR) the company has been working to streamline and automate the entire lost-and-found process for airports and air travelers. AirportLostandFoundSoftware.com wants to synchronize all the world's public transit lost and found departments to a single, universal system one lost item at a time.