IBS ties up with Lufthansa for handling air cargo

Technopark-based IT solutions provider IBS has entered into a contract with Lufthansa Cargo AG -- the airline cargo service Lufthansa Group for the implementation of its iCargo solution.

The solution would manage the airlines' entire air cargo movement worldwide, Executive Chairman of IBS V K Mathews told reporters here last evening.

The company billed the contract as one of the largest IT system deals by Lufthansa Group.

IBS' new generation iCargo system would replace the legacy Unisys-based MOSAIK application which Lufthansa has been using for past 30 years.

The iCargo would have a user base of over 4,000 staff members and interface seamlessly with a host of other system applications within the IT landscape of the airline.

It is an integrated solution that supports the requirements of airlines' freight business providing enhanced web-enabled features that optimise operations, enhance profitability and provide scalability, IBS said.

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