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Jeju Air opts for Maureva’s passenger revenue accounting solution EDGAR

Posted 3 October 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva, an airline software and service solutions provider based in Mauritius, has announced that Jeju Air has selected EDGAR passenger revenue accounting solution to streamline their passenger revenue accounting processes.

Since its establishment in 2005, Jeju Air has been expanding rapidly and is bringing a sustainable innovation to the Korean airline industry.

"We selected Maureva for its growing reputation in the industry, and its pool of revenue accounting experts. We have no doubt that EDGAR combined with Maureva’s dedicated team will provide us the desired scalability to support JEJU Air’s future strategies, "said Woo Seok Yang - Deputy General Manager - Information Strategy - Jeju Air.

Provided on a hosted basis, Maureva's passenger revenue accounting solution – EDGAR, will enable Jeju Air to implement industry best practices and  deal with the most complex revenue accounting environments, by streamlining their whole passenger revenue accounting processes, minimising errors and maximising productivity, through automation and timely revenue accounting information supporting business goals and decision making.

"We are delighted to welcome Jeju air in the Maureva family. I am confident that our solution will add value to their business and help them maximise revenues, while we will support them in their growth" added Jennifer Tsang - Head of Business support, Maureva.

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