Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Jambojet goes live with Cargo Flash’s ‘Octogen’

Jambojet goes live with Cargo Flash’s ‘Octogen’

Jambojet has gone live with Cargo Flash Infotech’s new ‘Octogen’ Cargo Management System, an advanced assemblage of its existing ‘nGen’ software, further developed under Cargo Flash’s ‘Octogo’ portfolio. The Kenyan LCC recently contracted the Octogen Cargo Management System (CMS) to automate several of their cargo management processes.

As per the recent agreement, Cargo Flash will deliver the executive package of Octogen CMS broadly classified into the Reservation System (RES), and Cargo Revenue Accounting (CRA) alongside some significant add-ons. The package includes customer management, cargo booking and rating, schedule management, stock management, tracking, AWB validation, to-up customer billing & non-CASS Invoices, to name a few.

Read more: Cargo Flash delivers system for Kenya Airways

“In addition to this, Cargo Flash has agreed upon delivering supports like Credit Management, Audit log, CASS Invoicing, Interline Billing, CRA AWB Audit, Accounting, and Smart Analytics as value-added services,” Poonam Faridi, business head of Octogen said. “Followed by our successful association with Kenya Airways, we are thrilled to join hands with Jambojet as well. We aim to further penetrate the African market and bolster its Air Cargo ecosystem with our digital solutions.”

Read more: Cargo Flash’s Revenue Accounting solution is PASS compliant

The recently introduced ‘Octogen’ is a modular-based CMS catering to the entire Air Cargo domain, globally, especially airlines. Octogen allows the customer to choose from the list of modules that are required as per their business needs and pay only for the processes, which they pick for the implementation. Through Octogen, Cargo Flash will allow Jambojet, a subsidiary of Kenya Airways, to scale up its cargo sales & operation whilst enlarging its network furthermore.

Both Cargo Flash Infotech and Jambojet perceive more prospects by coming together to discover the advanced-level experience with the new-age technology system in the cargo aviation industry.

 

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Edward Hardy

Having become a journalist after university, Edward Hardy has been a reporter and editor at some of the world's leading publications and news sites. In 2022, he became Air Cargo Week's Editor. Got news to share? Contact me on Edward.Hardy@AirCargoWeek.com

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