Dec 13

Thai Airways was recently awarded the ICT Best Practice Awards 2014 in recognition for its information technology services that supports the company’s full services.

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Photo: Mr. Saroj Yuttatri (left), THAI Vice President of Information Technology Service Department, represented the company and received the ICT Best Practice Awards 2014 in the Business Service category from Mr. Viroj Tocharoenvanich (right), CAT senior Executive Vice President.

For the record, ICT, Information and Communications Technologies, is an umbrella term that includes any communication device or application, encompassing: radio, television, cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them, such as videoconferencing.

In other words, ICT) is basically society’s efforts to teach its current and emerging citizens valuable knowledge and skills around computing and communications devices, software that operates them, applications that run on them and systems that are built with them.

Mr. Saroj Yuttatri, THAI Vice President of Information Technology Service Department, represented the company and received the ICT Best Practice Awards 2014 in the Business Service category from Mr. Viroj Tocharoenvanich, CAT senior Executive Vice President, at the ICT Practice Awards 2014 Ceremony that was held at Centara Grand Hotel at Central Ladprao, Bangkok.

THAI is a full service carrier that transports passengers on modern state-of-the-art aircraft equipped with the latest inflight entertainment systems to destinations worldwide. THAI also recently introduced Wifi services onboard on certain aircraft types for passenger comfort and convenience.

Prepared by

Harold Stephens

Travel Correspondent for THAI since 1965

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