KLM opts for SKYfly M-Billing from ISO Software Systeme

Nürnberg, (PresseBox) - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, one of the top airlines worldwide, has chosen ISO's SKYfly M-Billing to meet IATA's SIS requirements for "Miscellaneous Billing".

Since October 2011, IATA has introduced a structure and new invoice standards for the so-called "Miscellaneous Billing". Introducing structure into an unstructured process was both a blessing and a curse - no airline had a system in place to handle the new guidelines.

ISO's SKYfly M-Billing is able to cope with these new requirements. It is a modular solution that can be made to fit by a number of interfaces and add-ons, similar to a construction kit. Based on the proven SKYport programs, in use by airports and ground-handlers worldwide for more than 30 years, SKYfly M-Billing is a sophisticated product.

These might have been the strongest arguments when KLM decided to go for SKYfly M-Billing for invoicing their services at Amsterdam Shiphol and other airports through IATA Clearing House.

Winning one of the top airlines worldwide as launching customer for SKYfly M-Billing emphasizes the quality of SKYfly M-Billing and the competence of ISO Software Systeme.


ISO Software Systeme GmbH

With its over 30 years of successful market presence, the ISO Software Systeme GmbH rates among the well-established market players concerning IT and SAP consulting, software development and IT services connected to these. The core competences of ISO Software Systeme for the aviation industry are SAP consulting and development for airlines, airports and air traffic control. About 350 employees work at six ISO locations in Germany and subsidiaries in Austria, Poland, Canada and Dubai.


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