AeroCloud Systems is the fastest-growing Airport cloud technology company globally with 53 employees based out of the UK and US.
The company provide mission-critical post flight and operational data-driven solutions using AI to Airport leaders through its intelligent airport management system.
The company is growing very fast with 52 Airports using its systems hourly.
The company competes with global players and recently raised a Series A with total funding of $16M.
AeroCloud is in constant pursuit of enterprise value creation long term by creating a network from the base of its current customers to change the way Airports operate.
Pain: Customers want transparency and convenience in remitting money back home.
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Pain: Stagnant CVR and rising CAC in eCommerce.
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Pain: No transparency within road supply chains leads to increased costs and emissions.
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Pain: Clothing brands with inconsistent sizing with slow and wasteful complicated production supply chains.
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Pain: Health organisations and providers need to transform digitally but lack the in house skills to deliver.
Pain: Lenders face challenges tracking sustainable finance due to data gaps.
Pain: Engineers face outdated architectures, technically complex dependencies and inflexible infrastructures.
Pain: Amongst the constant noise of the internet and amidst the high-paced race to stay visible on social media feeds, discerning world-class talent and fresh cultural trends has become more challenging than ever before.
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Pain: Poor data literacy at enterprise companies means adoption of expensive data transformations fail, waste resources and cost people their jobs.
Pain: Slow and expensive batch ETL.
Pain: High costs and friction moving between traditional finance and crypto.
Pain: High barriers to entry for D2C brands entering the Chinese market.
Pain: Customer insights are often buried in long reports that are read by few.
Pain: It is difficult and expensive to find the top junior talent in the UK.
Pain: Money is overwhelming and people struggle to take control and feel financially well.
Pain: Slow and complex sales cycles or onboarding journeys for buyers in B2B
Pain: Navigating complex international employment regulations while ensuring accurate and timely payments for a diverse remote workforce.
Pain: Difficulty in accessing career opportunities for fresh tech graduates.
Pain: Lack of operational and risk controls for Digital Asset managers.
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Pain: Cardiometabolic syndromes affect half the world’s adult population, costing healthcare more than $2 trillion a year.
Pain: Expensive, untrustworthy, and complex moving & storage solutions that lack transparency, convenience, and technological integration.
Pain: Lack of in-store customer data restricting omnichannel visibility for retailers.
Pain: Pricing is resale’s biggest bottleneck and riskiest process.
Pain: Professional experts cannot monetise & scale sharing their skills.
Pain: Hidden fees applied by payment facilitators and poor checkout conversion.
Pain: Kitchens are under-utilised and have the capacity to drive more sales and profit with the same fixed cost.
Pain: Insurance businesses often have many overlapping systems and platforms, often legacy, with multiple data repositories and no one source of truth.
Pain: More than 15m people in the UK can no longer get access to a financial adviser.
Pain: 11 million people in England were unable to get a dentist appointment last year.
Pain: eCommerce brands rely too heavily on final mile delivery couriers at the most emotional stage of the buying journey, and risk losing repeat customers.
Pain: Leaving money on the table and low conversion rates for insurance providers in competitive markets.
Pain: High E-commerce bounce rates mean the typical visitor only looks at 3% of the product catalog.
Pain: Finding the right gift, for the right person, at the right time is a hard & manual process.
Pain: Sports performance is expensive & only available to professional athletes.
Pain: 1 in 3 people in the UK are as reliable to lend to as ‘Prime’ borrowers but are unfairly mis-scored.
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Pain: 11M people in the UK wear Dentures and 82% are unhappy with the fit.
Pain: The sports betting industry is often perceived as broken, dominated by faceless, unethical bookies where the house always wins, leading to an isolated and high-risk betting experience for users.
Pain: Complex and confusing digital user journeys for B2B and B2C net-zero sales.
Pain: How to drive meaningful connection and engagement among the deskless workforce.
Pain: Podcasting has a large and global audience. However, unlike online video, it is highly fragmented and difficult for organisations to efficiently penetrate.
Pain: Time-consuming administrative processes managed with frustrating paper-based systems or juggling between multiple software solutions.
Pain: Households overwhelmed with multiple bills, unclear rates, complex splits and loose finances.
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Pain: Scattered product planning processes and disengaged development teams.
Pain: Effective soft skills training can’t be delivered at scale.
Pain: Operational blind spots, communication gaps between teams, compromised safety processes and data isolation within fragmented legacy systems.
Pain: Airports run on legacy incumbents and difficult-to-use solutions.
Pain: Online content is typically a one-way system, which presents difficulties in creating and monetising live interactive video content.
Pain: We have our entire lives stored on our devices, but no fast & easy way to relive them.
Pains: Brands, agencies & platforms have no data and insight on audio advertising.
Pain: Enterprise development, contracts and integrations are slow and inefficient.
Pain: Software teams are expensive & slow to scale.
Pain: Holiday resorts are operationally inefficient, resulting in sub-optimal guest experiences and losing over 50% of their incremental revenue earning potential.
Pain: Cost and complexity of delivering virtual try on solutions and branded AR effects for retail and marketing.
Pain: E-Commerce brands and retailers can’t integrate, scale & manage multiple delivery carriers or send branded delivery updates.
Pain: Half of businesses do not conduct research when creating or refining new products, features and strategies