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|Star Alliance Appoints WNS as Preferred Vendor for Sales Audit and Revenue Protection Services|
NEW YORK & MUMBAI, India, Mar 15, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- WNS (Holdings) Limited (NYSE: WNS), a leading provider of global Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services, today announced that it has been appointed as a preferred vendor with Star Alliance to perform audit and revenue protection services for its member airlines. Under the agreement, WNS will offer a comprehensive revenue recovery service through state-of-the-art Web-based service called VerifareTM to protect carriers' revenue.
"Due to the rise in member carriers and the subsequent increase in requirements since 2005, Star Alliance has decided to partner with WNS. It has been chosen because of the proven audit expertise and best-in-class technology. With this new association, we look forward to expanding the scope of work and increasing the revenue recovery of all our participating member carriers," said Christopher Korenke, VP- Commercial, Star Alliance.
"This engagement with Star Alliance is testimony to WNS's reputation as a world-class provider of business processes in the travel and leisure industry for over a decade now. Our Verifare platform is modular and can provide comprehensive auditing of all tickets sold world-wide for an airline. With our qualified and experienced talent pool and strong focus on operational excellence, we will support Star Alliance and its member carriers to increase their process efficiencies, save on costs and enhance recoveries," said Keshav R. Murugesh, Group CEO, WNS Global Services. "WNS is fully committed towards making this a long-term and successful relationship," he added.
WNS delivers a complete range of business processes to support the travel and leisure industry, including sales, contact center operations and shared services. It offers end-to-end delivery of over 140 business processes, supported by 6000+ associates.
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