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Participation Agreement - Tracking Target and Actual Sign-Ups

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Created by David V (Travelport International) on 2011-03-10 08:33:45 Back to Topics

Participation Agreement - Tracking Target and Actual Sign-Ups

Will IATA have on the Extranet a regularly updated log of when Participants sign the Participation Agreement?  When would it be available?

 

Our Commercial & Financial Billing Teams require us to provide an accurate picture of the IATA Participants sign-up, preferably with target and actual date. 

 

This will allow them to plan activity and resources for commercial & contractual work, potentially to move the Participant to Direct billing and settlement should they Opt out of SIS.

 

If we could download the log to allow us to quickly filter and lookup & compare codes (1P & 1G for Travelport), it would allow us to filter Suppliers.

 

The alternative will be extensive individual communications by IATA SIS & Commercial teams between each Supplier.  This would create a lot of traffic.

 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-04-21 11:41:34
Hi David,

Your question below has already been addressed in the Timelines discussion board. Please view the reply in this post.

Best wishes


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Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 4:50 PM
Subject: Participation Agreement - Tracking Target and Actual Sign-Ups

Will IATA have on the Extranet a regularly updated log of when Participants sign the Participation Agreement?  When would it be available?

 

Our Commercial & Financial Billing Teams require us to provide an accurate picture of the IATA Participants sign-up, preferably with target and actual date. 

 

This will allow them to plan activity and resources for commercial & contractual work, potentially to move the Participant to Direct billing and settlement should they Opt out of SIS.

 

If we could download the log to allow us to quickly filter and lookup & compare codes (1P & 1G for Travelport), it would allow us to filter Suppliers.

 

The alternative will be extensive individual communications by IATA SIS & Commercial teams between each Supplier.  This would create a lot of traffic.

 

 
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