Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd has selected Mercator, the IT division of the Dubai-based Emirates Group…
The scoping study will assist in documenting the requirements and feasibility of the implementation of Mercator`s industry-leading RAPID Cargo revenue accounting solution.
Singapore Airlines Cargo is internationally recognised as one of the world`s leading carriers, with a route network spanning 70 destinations in 36 countries.
To support its continuing renewal of IT systems, it is currently pursuing an upgrade of its revenue accounting system, with better integration of various sub-modules at stations and head office.
Mercator was awarded the project following the most rigorous supplier evaluation. The rich functionality of RAPID Cargo, the unrivalled experience of Mercator professionals and the existing impressive customer base ensure that Mercator solutions are chosen across the globe.
RAPID Cargo enjoys world-wide acclaim, and is being continually developed to meet the fast-growing cargo revenue accounting needs of major airlines.
The solution`s freight billing and accounting facilities ensure customer airlines are guaranteed the quickest and most accurate realisation of cash and revenue due. Valuable management information, improved productivity and greater cost-efficiency all become reality.
Hugh Pride, Director IT at Mercator, said: Singapore Airlines Cargo is one of the classic success stories of the aviation industry. The Mercator team and its portfolio of solutions are among the best in the business. Working together, we can implement a world-class cargo revenue accounting system, and deliver a whole new world of benefits to Singapore Airlines Cargo.
Airlines around the world are already reaping the benefits from the RAPID family of products. Spread across five continents, they include major carriers such as Air New Zealand, British Airways, Emirates, Olympic, Air Pacific, Qantas, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Brunei, SriLankan, Air Tahiti Nui, Grupo TACA, and Varig.
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