Hawaiian Airlines extends relationship with Indian company
Mumbai, India — Accelya Kale Solutions Limited, part of the Accelya Group — a leading provider of airline financial and business intelligence solutions to the airline industry — announced Hawaiian Airlines chose Accelya Kale’s passenger revenue accounting solution, REVERA PRA, to re-engineer its passenger revenue accounting process. The solution has been provided on a hosted basis.
“Hawaiian Airlines has been growing at a fast pace, expanding internationally. Their existing revenue accounting solution is not scalable enough to support this growth. Therefore, they have decided to replace their solution with REVERA PRA,” said spokesman Seema Choudhary.
“We are very happy with Accelya’s proration solution, APEX®,” said Scott Topping, Hawaiian’s chief financial officer, said. “We selected REVERA PRA for its strong reputation in the industry. It will provide us the desired scalability to support our future strategies, and help us achieve quick compliance with industry requirements.”
Topping said REVERA PRA will enable Hawaiian Airlines to achieve the scalability required for its planned growth; re-engineer revenue accounting processes and identify internal controls; handle new and different revenue streams, eventually processing Electronic Miscellaneous Document (EMD) data; access accurate, timely and complete revenue accounting information to support business goals and decision making; and speed up industry compliance, including IATA’s Simplified Interline Settlement.
REVERA PRA processes more than 300 million passenger transactions a year.
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