November 28, 2014 / Andreas Rohde / Editorial
The days of Cargo-IMP are numbered. The end-of-life date is still written in the stars, but IATA is eagerly seeking an XML-based solution that will enable an easier, safer and paperless exchange of data between IATA, Cargo 2000, e-freight and other market players.
As we understand our role, we will transform decisions of the committee into outstanding and comprehensive software solutions. Hence we must participate actively in order to have an impact upon resolutions and decisions. As of January 2015, Riege Software International will be acknowledged as an IATA strategic partner in the CXMLTF, the IATA Task Force pushing the implementation of Cargo-XML.
To us, this engagement is more than just a matter of duty. We will not only participate but will represent the interests of our customers and the entire cargo industry. We will show our colours through our abilities; our expertise in Cargo-IMP is as substantial as our XML expertise. For Riege, XML is a long-standing fundamental standard.
Consequently, Scope users do not have to prepare themselves for forthcoming adjustments, they are optimally prepared from the outset. Scope modules generally feature XML-based interfaces to ensure optimized messaging while meeting our long established goal of reduced paper consumption. These achievements and our advanced knowledge qualifies us to lobby within CXMLTF: Riege XXL for Cargo-XML.