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GE Aviation announces creation of new Digital business.

WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-March 7, 2016-GE Aviation announces creation of new Digital business


GE Aviation (NYSE: GE) announced on Sunday the creation of a digital organisation that brings all of the digital expertise from across Aviation into one business.

Reportedly, GE Aviation Digital will form its own division within GE Aviation, supporting the operations of customers across the aviation ecosystem by leveraging data science, domain expertise and software capabilities to increase productivity and minimise down time.

This new Digital business will be led by Jim Daily as president and chief digital officer, Engineering and Technology for GE Aviation.

According to the company, consistent with GE's recent announcement establishing GE Digital led by GE's chief digital officer Bill Ruh, Daily will be responsible for the technology and business growth for the digital platforms and portfolio within GE Aviation.

Daily joined GE Aviation in 2011 and will expand his current responsibilities leading Systems and Digital Engineering and Technology to include the role of chief digital officer.

GE Aviation, an operating unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), is a world-leading provider of commercial and military jet engines, components and avionics, digital solutions and electrical power systems for aircraft.

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