Leeds Bradford Airport tenders for a new operational system

Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBIA) is tendering for a contract worth up to £1m for the supply of a new business software system.

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Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBIA) is tendering for a contract worth up to £1 million for the supply of a new business software system.

The airport says it is looking for a suitable supplier to provide an AODB (airport operational database) system, providing the functionality to support FIDS and ATC movements, aeronautical billing, movement scheduling and administration, dynamic digital display and signage.

The successful bidder will also provide professional services, including project control, reaction support services, call escalation and call management, charges and payments, and reporting on a 24/7 basis.

Their costs, said the airport, will comprise of annual licence and support fees, which will include a software assurance programme for the delivered system and its functionality.

The value of the contract is estimated at between £900,000 and £1 million over a five-year contract period, with the airport saying it may extend it by a further five years.

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