IBS bags IT Systems Provider of the Year Award


Tvm: Technopark based IBS Software has bagged the ‘IT Systems Provider of the Year’ award at the Air Cargo India 2010 event at Mumbai, India. IBS received the International Award for Excellence for its cargo management solution, iCargo, based on a worldwide online poll conducted by STAT Trade Times, the organisers of the event.

Akshay Shrivastava, Head of IBS’ Cargo Line of Business received the award from Des Vertannes, Executive VP – Cargo, Ethihad Airways. Receiving the award, Akshay Shrivastava, Sr VP and Global Head of Cargo Line of Business for IBS, said, “IBS has built and successfully delivered a number of next-generation solutions for mission-critical business functions in the aviation industry, earning the trust of airlines and airports the world over. This award is the recognition of our success in introducing a new paradigm in IT solutions for business problems that plague the industry. The award underscores our ability to deliver value to our customers, something I completely attribute to our highly skilled and committed people.”

IBS’ cargo management solution was developed four years ago in collaboration with 6 leading airlines of the world and has since seen an impressive pace of growth.  Over 20 leading cargo carriers, including All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Kingfisher Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airways, Qantas Freight, Kingfisher Airlines, S7 Cargo and SpiceJet, have contracted for this cargo management solution which is increasingly being seen as a viable substitute to the expensive legacy systems that are currently being used.

Air Cargo India 2010 which concluded recently is a premier air cargo biannual conference and exhibition that attracts a large number of global players from the air freight industry including leading airlines, industry consultants and experts, airports and other service providers. STAT Trade Times is considered as one of the most authoritative journal in Asia Pacific providing in-depth coverage for the Shipping, Transport, Aviation and Tourism (STAT) industries, globally.


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