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Big data analysis has become a common theme. In an exclusive interview with PROS, Keith Mwanlushi discovers how the company is using big data to better align pricing and revenue management for low-cost airlines
Is there a future on the cards for co-brands?
Co-branded credit cards have literally taken off in the aviation industry, but market regulations that differ from one country to another have proved a challenge for airlines and banks. Often overlooked are pre-paid cards, which come with a different set of regulations and might just be the next big thing. Michael Smith reports
Change is in the air
A surge in online travel bookings among Middle Eastern jet-setters is creating a need for greater capacity to process alternative payment methods. Keith Mwanalushi looks at the gradual shift from cash payments to credit card penetration in the region’s travel market
 
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