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SIS RAM Currency Adjustment format

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Created by Ekaterina K (Siberia Airlines) on 2011-05-24 06:39:33 Back to Topics

SIS RAM Currency Adjustment format

Dear SIS Project Team,

 

As we can realize the format of currency adjustment billing has been changed from Prime Billing structure onto Billing memo structure in SIS. Whilst out of SIS process stays the same as it was (RAM A9 Attachment CO — ATA/IOTA INTERLINE PASSENGER COUPON LISTING)

 

Sometimes currency adjustment billing includes huge amount of coupons. We all remember OCT'2008. And Prime Billing layout seems more convenient.

 

Please, could you advise what the root cause of changing was?

 

We try not to lose any possible detail in our RA system development.

 

Thank you

Ekaterina S7

 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-07-08 17:24:23
Dear Ekaterina,
 
Exceptional cases (such as adjustment billings) are converted into Billing Memos. For Billing Memos, there are Codes to identify the reason(s) for raising the BM. The Reason Codes, along with the coupon breakdown information, can be used to automate the RA process.
 
Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

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Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2011 2:23 AM
Subject: SIS RAM Currency Adjustment format

Dear SIS Project Team,

 

As we can realize the format of currency adjustment billing has been changed from Prime Billing structure onto Billing memo structure in SIS. Whilst out of SIS process stays the same as it was (RAM A9 Attachment CO — ATA/IOTA INTERLINE PASSENGER COUPON LISTING)

 

Sometimes currency adjustment billing includes huge amount of coupons. We all remember OCT'2008. And Prime Billing layout seems more convenient.

 

Please, could you advise what the root cause of changing was?

 

We try not to lose any possible detail in our RA system development.

 

Thank you

Ekaterina S7

 

 
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