Unifi: How cloud-first leads to soaring business success

Sandeep Angra, Chief Information and Technology Officer at Unifi, on how a cloud-first approach enables the aviation services company to grow and thrive

Unifi is the largest ground handling and aviation services company in North America. With decades of experience in the aviation services industry, Unifi – previously known as Delta Global Services – underwent a significant transition when it was acquired by Argenbright Holdings in late 2018. This transformation coincided with the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting a unique challenge in an industry heavily reliant on frontline workers.

As its Chief Information and Technology Officer, Sandeep Angra is responsible for Unifi’s technology operation across the board.

Fast forward to today and, since the transformation, Unifi has experienced a dramatic period of growth. Its headcount has approximately doubled, and today Unifi operates from more than 200 airports around the world.

“When Delta sold 51% of its stake in Delta Global Services to Argenbright Group we were at roughly 14,000 employees, and today we have 28,000 employees,” Angra says. “We were operating from around 130 airports, and today we operate from more than 200 airports. We were operating only in the US, and now we are operating from the US, in Canada and we also have operations in the UK.”

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