ZED-MIBA Forum Commits to Eliminate Paper Tickets for Airline Employee Travel

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ID90T supports IATA / ZED-MIBA Forum's decision to mandate 100% e-ticketing by April, 2012.

ID90 Technologies (ID90T) congratulates IATA and the ZED-MIBA Forum for their members’ decision to stop accepting paper tickets starting April 1st, 2012. As explained by Tristan Schukraft, Founder and CEO of ID90T: "This mandate is an important step that will harmonize and promote employee travel worldwide. Now that the industry has agreed to adopt e-ticketing for all travel, we and our customers can focus on implementations as well as facilitating connections among vendors”.

David Bohnett, Chairman of Baroda Ventures and lead investor in ID90T, said: "We are excited about the decision, for it further supports ID90T’s vision of simplifying and improving the travel experience for millions of airline employees around the world.”

Now that the airline industry has addressed the needs of commercial e-ticketing, a growing number of airlines have prepared to accommodate employee travelers and their families, using the standalone web-based solutions offered by ID90 TECHNOLOGIES (ID90T). While helping airlines comply with this new self-imposed e-ticketing directive, ID90T’s e-ticketing Platform transforms the way airlines issue tickets for their employees and eligible family members. The ID90T solution saves airlines the enormous costs that they have sustained in the past to fulfill employee travel needs, while providing employees with new conveniences that far outpace the industry standard.

ID90 Technologies, LLC (ID90T), provides innovative online and Interline e-ticketing and NIET solutions for airline employee travel via its advanced web based Interline e-ticket Platform. ID90T facilitates immediate cost savings and unprecedented conveniences for each airline and its employees. ID90T current has 40+ airline clients spanning the globe. Visit http://www.ID90T.com.

ZED-MIBA Forum is an umbrella organization managed by IATA, representing over 180 airlines overseeing personal and duty (business) travel for airline employees and their families.

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