TAP enhances digital systems with CHAMP API integration

TAP Air Cargo has implemented CHAMP’s application programming interface (API) with its computer system, enabling it to “improve its internal business processes, tracking, and synchronisation of its supply chain”.

CHAMP said that as a result of “special circumstances”, the solution was implemented in less than a week.

Nicholas Xenocostas, vice president of commercial and customer engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems, commented: “APIs are a powerful tool that can take any airline to the next level of communication. TAP Air Cargo’s transition towards total communication will open many new possibilities in streamlining its business.”

Bernardo Nunes, senior manager of cargo and mail, business development, at TAP Air Portugal, added: “CHAMP’s APIs work well and efficiently. Leveraging CHAMP’s API provided us and our clients with much additional value. We see many more opportunities for value gains in future.”

TAP Air Cargo said it also uses a variety of CHAMP services across its cargo management applications, supply chain integration, regulatory compliance and community marketplace services.

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