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Jet Air opts for Mercator solution

Vimala Vasan

Abu Dhabi , Oct. 27

JET Airways is the newest customer to select revenue accounting and frequent flyer solutions from Mercator, the IT division of Dubai-based Emirates Group.

Jet is acquiring Mercator's RAPID revenue accounting system, which takes flight data from air tickets and extracts crucial financial and strategic details, according to a statement from Emirates Group.

Jet has also become a customer for Mercator's CRIS frequent flyer solution. Once implementation is complete, new members of its Jet Privilege frequent flyer scheme will be able to enrol via the Internet. The 250,000 members will have the facility of checking their mileage balance online and receiving promotions tailored to their individual needs. Mr R.N. Moorthy, Jet's General Manager (IT), said: "Mercator's revenue accounting system will help us make best use of our financial data, whilst CRIS will allow us to deliver the very best service to our most regular and discerning customers."

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