BMI Regional has outsourced its passenger revenue accounting, sales audit, refunds, card billing and chargeback processing to Indian specialist solutions provider Accelya.
The carrier, which split from the BMI group following its takeover by British Airways parent International Airlines Group last summer, aims to reduce the cost of financial operations through the agreement.
The airline’s chief executive Cathal O’Connell said: “When BMI Regional became independent from the BMI Group in June 2012, we needed a partner who could provide us with solutions to our financial requirements within a very tight timescale.
“Accelya delivered to our needs for both card processing and revenue accounting and enabled us to focus on the key business processes, knowing the areas outsourced were in good hands.”
Accelya airline special business unit head Neela Bhattacherjee said: “We are glad to have partnered with BMI Regional to streamline and manage their critical financial processes.
“With our integrated financial solutions – across passenger revenue accounting, card management, audit and refunds – BMI Regional has been able to start operations quickly. We look forward to a long term relationship with them.”