Posted on: 08 June 2010 by Mark Howells
Kale Consultants has announced that Air Berlin has selected Kale’s Revera solution for its passenger revenue accounting requirements.
Air Berlin’s revenue accounting requirements differ from those of traditional carriers and need special attention in terms of demands from internal departments. Kale’s Revera solution has features such as daily revenue reporting, modules for invoicing and ancillary revenues, inbuilt dashboard, and so on, which should enable Air Berlin to deal with the most complex revenue accounting requirements and help it implement industry best practices to proactively adapt to dynamic market conditions.
Andrea Schultz, head of revenue accounting, Air Berlin, commented, “Air Berlin is on the path to growth and the use of the right technology is of utmost importance in our endeavour to be the best. Passenger revenue accounting is a critical part of our operations and after examining various revenue accounting solutions available in the market, we found Revera as the best solution matching our requirements.”