New IT system is best yet, says Qatar

Qatar Airways says that its CROAMIS cargo management system is the industry’s most advanced and comprehensive yet.
Designed as a single package to handle the carrier’s reservations, operations, accounting and management information, it has been developed in-house by the carrier and co-funded with global IT services provider Wipro.
Qatar says that Croamis will comprehensive automation of its core business functions and will support collaboration with other partners in its supply chain. The system incorporates the latest practices for functions such as sales, pricing, cargo ground handling and ULD Management. CROAMIS also boasts integrated revenue management for inventory management, cargo load and revenue optimisation and a “robust” cargo revenue accounting suite
Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “CROAMIS will enable further efficiencies in Qatar Airways Group’s day-to-day business operations, and provides additional analytical information to inform our transportation planning, decision making processes.”
Chief officer cargo, Ulrich Ogiermann, added that the new system “ provides 100% coverage of all cargo business functions in a single application. CROAMIS will align our end-to-end cargo business processes and provide the entire global cargo network with a seamless system that will support our projected growth in the coming years.”

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