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Maureva signs commercial agreement with Hi-Fly Marketing

Posted 19 March 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva, a software and service solutions provider for the airline industry, has chosen Hi-Fly Marketing, the growing South African company specialising in technical services in the African aviation industry, as its commercial representative for its ALEXIS – Flight Scheduling & Crew Management solution for the Subsaharian African Region.

Maureva's ALEXIS Flight Scheduling and Crew Management enables airlines to address the challenges of flight and crew scheduling as well as daily operations management while improving user efficiency and optimizing both aircraft and crew utilisation through high level automation. This generates a substantial revenue improvement for airlines. ALEXIS Flight Scheduling & Crew Management has already been adopted by Air Austral, Air Vanuatu and most recently Air Zimbabwe.

Operating in Africa since 2008, Hi-Fly Marketing is a South African based aviation services and consulting firm, with a vast knowledge on airlines operational software solutions.

“I have known and followed Hi-Fly Marketing development for many years and have witnessed their expertise and knowledge of the African market. Hi-Fly Marketing was a natural choice when we started looking for a reliable partner to support our development for our new ALEXIS Solution in the region. We are pleased to start this collaboration with their expert team,” said Romain Angella, head of business development – Maureva.

Romain Angella - Head of Business Development at Maureva with Alexandra Guillot- CEO at Hi-Fly Marketing

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