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ISO Software Systeme at the IATA Ground Handling Conference

05-22-2013 06:22 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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ISO Software Systeme at the IATA Ground Handling Conference

ISO Software Systeme at the IATA Ground Handling Conference

ISO Software Systeme will present its SIS-compliant invoicing software for Ground Handlers at the IATA Ground Handling Conference in Vancouver, Canada, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Stand 28, 5 – 9 May.
ISO Software Systeme has designed an innovative account settlement system for all suppliers of ground handling tasks. To date, the process of settling such tasks is paper-based, involving much manual labour – now, billing can be done electronically according to the latest IATA IS-XML standard.
Building on 25 years of experience in the aviation industry, ISO has taken its interline settlement solution, which is based on successfully implemented products for airlines and airport customers, and has adapted it the specific needs of ground handlers.

The ISO Software Systeme GmbH has established a solid reputation as a major player in IT consultancy, software development and related services. Developing software with a focus on Java, Microsoft and Oracle make up our core competence – both for our own products and on behalf of our customers. The core competencies of ISO Software Systeme for the aviation industry include: SAP consulting and development for airports, IT solutions for airport operators, Air Traffic Control and airlines as well as ground handlers.
Software solutions from ISO are in use at more than 30 airports worldwide – from the regional airport in Dortmund to major airports in Europe, such as Zurich Unique, to the major international airport in Bangkok.
We have been active in the market since 1979, and have become an internationally leading IT service provider. Targeting specific markets has resulted in several powerful and innovative companies under the umbrella of the ISO-Gruppe. Alongside the ISO Software Systems, these are the SAP specialist ISO Professional Services GmbH and the ISO Travel Solutions GmbH, an IT expert for the tourism industry.
Some 380 permanent employees work at several sites in Germany and in associate companies in Austria, Poland, Dubai and Canada. All processes are certified according to the requirements of the quality management system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001.

ISO Software Systeme
Eichendorffstraße 33
90491 Nürnberg

Ralf Regner, Marketing/PR
T. 0911 / 9 95 94-0
F. 0911 / 9 95 94-129

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