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Air Madagascar selects MAUREVA for Flight Scheduling & Crew Management Solution

Posted 9 May 2018 · Add Comment

The airline will streamline operational activities by implementing our ALEXIS crew management and flight scheduling solution.

ALEXIS will support Air Madagascar's scheduling activities and daily operations management by optimizing aircraft as well as crew allocation and utilization. ALEXIS' various integrated controls will support the application and enforcement of crew rules and regulations, while contributing to optimisation of crew satisfaction, thanks to its innovative crew web solution.

" We're delighted to have been awarded this new project for ALEXIS and we strongly believe Air Madagascar and its new subsidiary Tsaradia will gain significant value from ALEXIS, among which the optimization of their scheduling activities and crew satisfaction, we look forward to going live with ALEXIS in the coming weeks and to support them as they continue their expansion ", said Romain Angella, Head of Business Development at Maureva.
 
Maureva is a Mauritian leading software and service solutions provider for the airline industry. As an IATA strategic partner in both Airline Revenue Accounting and ONE Order program, Maureva is proud to serve this industry and more than forty prestigious Airline companies stretching all over the five continents, and to enable them to strengthen their competitive advantage, to lower their costs and to gain easy access to comprehensive insight analytics.
 
 
 
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