Indian carrier Vistara selects Cargo Flash as its IT solutions provider
June 17, 2019: Indian carrier Vistara (Tata SIA Airlines) has selected the nGen Cargo system by Cargo Flash for its international and domestic cargo operations.
The cloud-based cargo system will provide end-to-end solution to establish an effective Reservation, Operations and Revenue Accounting management system for Vistara’s cargo business.
The system will not only ensure to streamline and manage each logistics task from initial booking till final delivery but also seamlessly and effectively control all functions related to pricing, invoicing, Business Intelligence, MIS and more.
According to the IT solutions provider Cargo Flash, the objective to implement this system is to empower users to efficiently manage the entire cargo lifecycle and enhance the overall productivity with ease of use being at the core.
Sanjiv Kapoor, chief strategy & commercial officer, Vistara said: “Cargo Flash has the relevant technology and expertise to meet our growing requirements. We look forward to an on-time and successful implementation of the project.”
Rahim Bhimani, CEO, Cargo Flash said: “I believe that this is the beginning of a long-term association and we look forward to having a continued and successful business relationship.”
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