IBS wins yet another International Award for Excellence

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Tvm: IBS Software has won the ‘IT Systems Provider of the Year’ award for 2011 instituted by Mumbai based STAT Trade Times. The international award for recognising excellence among IT solution providers in the air cargo domain is given based on an independent world-wide online poll. The award was announced on February 02 at the Air Cargo India 2012 event in Mumbai, a premiere global industry event attended by leading personalities from the air freight industry including leading airlines, industry consultants & experts, airports and other service providers.

Receiving the award from Peter Scholten, VP – Commercial, Saudia Cargo; Rajiv Shah, CEO, IBS Group said, “Over the years, IBS has developed and successfully delivered a number of next generation solutions for mission-critical business functions in the aviation industry, earning the trust of airlines & airports the world over. This award is a true reflection of our commitment to deliver outstanding value to our customers and recognition of IBS’ emerging role as the transformational partner to the global aviation industry”.

IBS’ iCargo, developed in collaboration with six leading airlines, has now emerged as the most definitive cargo management solution in the industry with over 20 leading cargo carriers adopting it replacing their legacy systems. The list includes All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Kingfisher Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airways, Qantas Freight, S7 Cargo, SpiceJet, South African Airways, Jetblue, Airways and Cargoitalia.

The Technopark, Trivandrum based IBS Software Services is a leading IT systems and solutions provider to the Travel, Transportation and Logistics industries. IBS had earlier bagged the ‘IT Systems Provider of the Year’ award at the Air Cargo India 2010.

Established in 1986, Stat Trade Times is considered as one of the most authoritative journal providing in-depth coverage for the Shipping, Transport, Aviation and Tourism (STAT) industries, globally.

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