Malaysian carrier Malindo Air and the leading provider of solutions for the airline and travel industry Accelya have signed a deal which states that will allow Malindo to use Accelya’s VIVALDI CardClear Payment Management solution to streamline its card management and promote card sales to its business travellers.
VIVALDI already numbers more than 150 customer airlines and is the only end-to-end payment and card management solution for airline with front-end sale, transaction level reconciliation (from bank to sale), chargeback management, aggregation and presentation and finance system interface.
Speaking about the partnership with Accelya, Malindo Air Chief Executive Officer Chandra Rama Muthy said:
At Malindo Air, it is our resolve to be the most preferred airline for business travelers in the Asia Pacific region. In an effort to pursue this goal, it was imperative that we accept all forms of payment including cards along with quick time to market without changing any existing backend administration. VIVALDI CardClear is a proven solution and we found it to be an excellent fit for the needs of our airline.
Teresa Rivera, Business Head of VIVALDI, Accelya added:
VIVALDI CardClear will help Malindo Air to attract new segments of customers and do business with them. We look forward to working with them to meet their business objectives.
Accelya is the leading provider of commercial, analytics and financial solution for airlines. It employs more than 2000 professionals around the world in 9 countries and serves over 200 customers.
In 2014 Accelya was voted as “Information Technology for the Air Cargo Industry” winner at the ACW World Cargo Awards, “IT Company of the Year 2014” at Air Transport News Awards and “Reader’s Choice Company 2015”, also at Air Transport News Awards.
The company helps airlines manage their costs, revenue leakages, risks, simplify financial processes, improve business performance and increase profitability. In addition, Accelya’s commercial solutions help its partner carriers to bolster their relationships with travel agents and offer a better look into how sales, specific routes or agents are performing. With this information, airlines know if there is room for growth or not.