Kingfisher Airlines opts for Technopark based IBS’ Cargo Solution

August 13th, 2008 - 6:33 pm ICT by IANS  

Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 13 (IANS) Kingfisher Airlines, one of the country’s leading airlines, has successfully started using Technopark-headquartered IBS’s iCargoNet thereby getting IBS its first Indian customer. iCargoNet provides a unified, enterprise-wide solution to help manage the entire cargo business of the airline from planning, sales, operations, ground handling to cargo revenue accounting and revenue optimization functions in an integrated and cost-effective manner.

IBS hosts the iCargoNet solution from its own world class data centre here with the latest technology and support infrastructure that is managed by a 24X7 customer support centre and network managed services.

Commenting on the adoption of iCargonet, Rajesh Verma, executive vice president of the airline, said iCargoNet has been implemented as a unified software solution for seamlessly managing the cargo operations of Kingfisher Airlines.

“As India’s leading airline with an unmatched route network, it was imperative that our solutions provider offer us a robust and reliable solution that would give us that competitive edge and be scalable in line with our aggressive expansion plans,” said Verma.

Chairman & CEO of IBS Group V.K. Mathews said their vision for the air transportation industry is to provide new-generation solutions that will be viable and inevitable migration options from the legacy systems that have shackled them for the past few decades.

“With the successful deployment of iCargoNet, we can proudly claim to have fulfilled our vision by becoming a one-stop-shop for airline cargo solutions. We are extremely glad that Kingfisher Airlines has reposed trust in IBS and our solution,” he added.

IBS is a leading global provider of new-generation IT solutions to the travel, transportation and logistics industry. A specialist in the domain, IBS offers a range of products and services that manage mission-critical operations of major airlines, airports, oil and gas companies, seaports, cruise lines and tour operators world-wide.

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