CROAMIS brings efficiencies in the lifecycle of air cargo business processes
Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, announced the launch of Cargo Reservations, Operations, Accounting and Management Information System (CROAMIS), a next gen end-to-end cargo management system for the aviation industry. CROAMIS has been developed jointly between Wipro and Qatar Airways, through an innovative co-funded model.
CROAMIS is targeted towards Airlines, ground handling companies and organizations involved in revenue accounting for air cargo. CROAMIS is offered both in “Software On-premise” and “Software-as-a-Service” (SaaS) models.
CROAMIS, offers customers the benefit of a single solution that can improve planning, business efficiency and decision making. Wipro has successfully implemented CROAMIS for Qatar Airways, the 3rd largest international cargo airline in the world.
The solution helps airlines and ground handling agents get an end-to-end view of cargo operations, ensures better control over costs, thereby delivering the best in class services to the end customers. The system is fully compliant to IATA initiatives like e-AWB, e-Freight, e-CSD, Cargo XML and also facilitates adherence to Cargo 2000 quality standards. CROAMIS also provides an integrated customer self-service web portal, enabling speed-to-market and also improves information availability to customers.
Srini Pallia, Chief Executive – Consumer Business Unit, Wipro Limited said “We see significant opportunities in the growing airline sector. IATA expects the cargo industry to grow at a compounded rate of 4% in the next 5 years. Wipro has made substantial investments in developing integrated ecosystems to serve our airline customers. A key part of the ecosystem is CROAMIS, a truly end-to-end application to help our customers make the most of this growth. Coupled with our expertise in Business Process Services, we can bring in substantial cost efficiencies to our customers”
CROAMIS is being showcased at the 2016 World Cargo Symposium at Berlin, Germany from 15-17 March at Wipro’s booth number 40.