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New NDC initiative for Maureva

Posted 2 February 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva, a leading software and service solutions provider for the airline industry based in Mauritius, is now recognised by IATA as a certified provider and deployment partner of Air Austral, for its New Distribution Capability (NDC) initiative.

The New Distribution Capability (NDC) Certification Registry recognizes companies that have implemented part or all of the NDC technical standard. The Registry lists, showcased in a transparent manner all airlines, travel agents, aggregators, and IT providers like Maureva that have demonstrated they are capable of delivering NDC-certified products.

Since june 2016, Maureva’s NDC platform was recognized as level 3 NDC-Capable, the highest status of NDC certifications awarded to providers, for its Offer and Order Management platform. The following year Maureva also became an IATA Strategic partner for the ONE Order program.
 
“Maureva aims to become one of the major IT providers on the market supporting airlines to sell their rich content ancillary services with more agility, flexibility and competitiveness using the latest standards based on the NDC. Our rapid certification, demonstrates Maureva’s capability to quickly adapt to new distribution standard and enable airlines to reduce the gap of technology.” said Mladenka VUKMIROVIC, Chief Innovation Officer of Maureva.
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