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Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

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Created by Zarir S on 2011-01-27 05:16:58 Back to Topics

Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

In case of an ICH Carrier who is Non-IDEC (not an IDEC member) and if such a carrier migrates to SIS/IS a couple of months after the go-live date, how will this carrier receive the inward invoices from other ICH menber carriers who have migrated to SIS/IS and from those who have not yet migrated to SIS/IS? 
 
Also, will there be any different action expected in case of the outward billing from this Non-IDEC carrier to the other ICH members?
 
Thanks for your response.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-02-02 17:34:57
Hi,
 

This answer is written under the assumption that you are a Pax or a Cargo carrier.

 

As a Billing Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

Until you migrate to SIS, you can continue to send your invoices as today.

 

After migrating to SIS:

When migrating to SIS, I assume you will either use IS-IDEC or IS-XML and send your data to SIS.

If you plan to use IS-WEB, then you would not need to wait “a couple of months” to migrate to SIS. We would encourage you to migrate as soon as SIS goes live.

 

As a Billed Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will have to access IS-WEB and download your invoices, listings and supporting documents and print them out

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”: you will receive them as today

 

After migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will receive the billings in your preferred format – either IS-IDEC or IS-XML

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”:  as a non-old IDEC member, you will receive them as today (just paper)

 

Just for clarification: as a current non-IDEC carrier, you are allowed to send and receive IS-IDEC when migrating to SIS.

 

Hope this helps.


From:
Posted: Thursday, January 27, 2011 5:16 AM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

In case of an ICH Carrier who is Non-IDEC (not an IDEC member) and if such a carrier migrates to SIS/IS a couple of months after the go-live date, how will this carrier receive the inward invoices from other ICH menber carriers who have migrated to SIS/IS and from those who have not yet migrated to SIS/IS? 
 
Also, will there be any different action expected in case of the outward billing from this Non-IDEC carrier to the other ICH members?
 
Thanks for your response.
Replied by Zarir S on 2011-02-03 04:29:02

Thanks for the feedback on our query. However, on the outward billing front, can you please clarify if the existing WEB-F12 can be used even by a carrier till they achive a go-live (delayed, as against the SIS go-live date)? Thanks for your clarifications.



From:
Posted: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 5:36 PM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

Hi,
 

This answer is written under the assumption that you are a Pax or a Cargo carrier.

 

As a Billing Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

Until you migrate to SIS, you can continue to send your invoices as today.

 

After migrating to SIS:

When migrating to SIS, I assume you will either use IS-IDEC or IS-XML and send your data to SIS.

If you plan to use IS-WEB, then you would not need to wait “a couple of months” to migrate to SIS. We would encourage you to migrate as soon as SIS goes live.

 

As a Billed Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will have to access IS-WEB and download your invoices, listings and supporting documents and print them out

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”: you will receive them as today

 

After migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will receive the billings in your preferred format – either IS-IDEC or IS-XML

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”:  as a non-old IDEC member, you will receive them as today (just paper)

 

Just for clarification: as a current non-IDEC carrier, you are allowed to send and receive IS-IDEC when migrating to SIS.

 

Hope this helps.


From:
Posted: Thursday, January 27, 2011 5:16 AM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

In case of an ICH Carrier who is Non-IDEC (not an IDEC member) and if such a carrier migrates to SIS/IS a couple of months after the go-live date, how will this carrier receive the inward invoices from other ICH menber carriers who have migrated to SIS/IS and from those who have not yet migrated to SIS/IS? 
 
Also, will there be any different action expected in case of the outward billing from this Non-IDEC carrier to the other ICH members?
 
Thanks for your response.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-09 17:06:19
Dear Zarir,
 
You can continue to use the existing F12s until you are migrated. However, please note that migrated carriers can call the option of blocking F12 claims against them 6 months after they migrate. For this they are require to provide a 6-month notice.
 
More information on this topic can be found in the Rules, Policies, and Codes discussion board, under the topic Grace period for inward and outward billings.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Thursday, February 03, 2011 4:29 AM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration


Thanks for the feedback on our query. However, on the outward billing front, can you please clarify if the existing WEB-F12 can be used even by a carrier till they achive a go-live (delayed, as against the SIS go-live date)? Thanks for your clarifications.



From:
Posted: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 5:36 PM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

Hi,
 

This answer is written under the assumption that you are a Pax or a Cargo carrier.

 

As a Billing Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

Until you migrate to SIS, you can continue to send your invoices as today.

 

After migrating to SIS:

When migrating to SIS, I assume you will either use IS-IDEC or IS-XML and send your data to SIS.

If you plan to use IS-WEB, then you would not need to wait “a couple of months” to migrate to SIS. We would encourage you to migrate as soon as SIS goes live.

 

As a Billed Carrier:

Before migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will have to access IS-WEB and download your invoices, listings and supporting documents and print them out

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”: you will receive them as today

 

After migrating to SIS:

·         Inward billing from “migrated billing carriers”: you will receive the billings in your preferred format – either IS-IDEC or IS-XML

·         Inward billing from “non-migrated billing carriers”:  as a non-old IDEC member, you will receive them as today (just paper)

 

Just for clarification: as a current non-IDEC carrier, you are allowed to send and receive IS-IDEC when migrating to SIS.

 

Hope this helps.


From:
Posted: Thursday, January 27, 2011 5:16 AM
Subject: Treatment of Non-IDEC Carrier for delayed migration

In case of an ICH Carrier who is Non-IDEC (not an IDEC member) and if such a carrier migrates to SIS/IS a couple of months after the go-live date, how will this carrier receive the inward invoices from other ICH menber carriers who have migrated to SIS/IS and from those who have not yet migrated to SIS/IS? 
 
Also, will there be any different action expected in case of the outward billing from this Non-IDEC carrier to the other ICH members?
 
Thanks for your response.
 
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