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NDC Capable Level 4 certification for Maureva

Posted 14 February 2020 · Add Comment

Maureva, a leading Airline Software and Service Solutions Provider, has received the New Distribution Capability (NDC) Capable Level 4 status for its ANDIE solution.

This status recognizes that ANDIE supports deployments using Full Offer and Order management messages whose schemas are compliant with the standard NDC message schema, version 19.2.

“It is important for us that we follow the latest industry standards so that we can provide state-of-art and secured solutions to our customers. Our collaboration with IATA on One Order and NDC standards started back then in 2016, and since then we are actively involved in the different IATA Standard Setting Work Groups working actively on enhancing of these standards. This Level 4 certificate acknowledges the effort that we put into ensuring that our solution ANDIE is following international standards” said Mladenka Vukmirovic, Chief Innovation Officer, Maureva.

NDC-Capable Level 4 Certification is currently the highest-ranking certification available for IT vendors who are developing NDC solutions for the airline industry. NDC (New Distribution Capability) is a travel industry-supported program (NDC Program) launched by IATA for the development and market adoption of a new, XML-based data transmission standard (NDC Standard).

For the 5th consecutive time, Maureva has also successfully obtained its PCI DSS v3.2.1 certification after undergoing a comprehensive audit to evaluate the reliability of internal procedures and controls. This audit ensures that all clients of Maureva can be confident that their customers’ credit card data is managed in accordance to the most stringent certification requirements under PCI-DSS. 

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