Fiji-based Air Pacific has become the first airline to migrate to Fastrac, the new revenue accounting solution from Dubai-based Mercator, the Emirates Group IT division.
Fastrac is offered as a stand-alone passenger or cargo revenue accounting solution, or as an integrated system with full functionality. It is set to bring Air Pacific major business benefits, supporting its growth plans, strengthening its income, cutting accounting costs, raising productivity and boosting commercial confidence.
The solution converts data on air tickets and air waybills into the essential financial and strategic analysis airline customers are increasingly dependent on. It offers the full range of revenue accounting functionality, including sales, uplifts, proration and interline billing.
Air Pacific flies scheduled services to Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Honolulu and the US. The airline joins Air Malawi, Air New Zealand, Air Tahiti Nui, Air Zimbabwe, British Airways and Emirates as the latest customer for Mercator’s financial solutions.— (menareport.com)
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