2010: A good year for IBS

With the successful implementation of 55 software packages, the year 2010 has been IBS Software Services’ most successful year to date. According to IBS, the calendar year witnessed 55 successful ‘go-lives’ of IBS solutions all around the world, over one per week throughout the year, which included 14 new airline customers. IBS says it is […]


With the successful implementation of 55 software packages, the year 2010 has been IBS Software Services’ most successful year to date. According to IBS, the calendar year witnessed 55 successful ‘go-lives’ of IBS solutions all around the world, over one per week throughout the year, which included 14 new airline customers. IBS says it is the only company which has developed IT solutions across all functional areas of the air transportation industry, airline passenger services, airline cargo and airline and airport operations offering the widest range of products by any single vendor. Its customers include some of the world’s best airlines, busiest airports, leading cruise lines, top oil and gas companies, travel distributors and hotel groups. “The success story demonstrates the ability to scale up the confidence of the industry in us as a trusted partner. It also shows the commitment and dedication of the staff of IBS,” IBS chairman and CEO V K Mathews said. iCargo, the new generation air cargo management solution that was codeveloped with five major carriers in the year 2005, is the most successful product of IBS. Japan’s All Nippon Airways and Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal are two of IBS’ new clients which switched over to iCargo during the year.