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Maureva becomes IATA ONE Order strategic partner

Posted 9 August 2017 · Add Comment

Maureva announces a new partnership agreement with IATA, for the ONE Order programme.

Maureva, which is already an International Air Transport Association (IATA) Strategic Partner in airline revenue accounting, is proud to announce a new  partnership agreement with IATA, for the ONE Order program, IATA’s simplifying the Business (StB) initiative that aims to modernize airline order management.

Based in Mauritius, MAUREVA ltd is a leading provider of Passenger and Cargo Revenue Accounting Solutions for Airlines, and is an IATA Strategic Partner.

Maureva’s decision to upgrade the partnership with IATA is in line with its intensive projects and investments commitment to contribute to the industry with its expertise and jointly shape the future of aviation. 
Last year, Maureva’s NDC platform was recognized by the IATA as level 3 NDC-Capable, the highest status of NDC certifications awarded to providers.
 
As a ONE Order Strategic Partner, Maureva will continue its extensive contribution to the IATA ONE Order Taskforce (OOTF), and engage with industry peers to advance ONE Order industry standards.
 
Commenting on Maureva’s Strategic Partner membership, Maureva Chief  Innovation Officer Mladenka Vukmirovic said: "This new partnership reflects our commitment to provide our customers an offer management system capable to provide the right offer, to the right person, at the right price and at the right time which will  enhance our customer’s  distribution by using the latest technology based on IATA NDC and ONE Order standards."
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