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21/12/2018

NDC@Scale : Roadmap to critical Mass _ Results of the survey on the new NDC (New Distribution Capability) certification program

NDC – New Distribution Capability – is a travel industry-supported program to introduce a new distribution standard and modernize the industry. In 2018, With all major stakeholders engaged and a growing adoption across travel agencies,  the NDC standard moves towards industrialization. Commissioned by IATA, Sia Partners has conducted a survey of 32 NDC stakeholders across the airline value chain to highlight the main challenges from an industry perspective to reach high volumes of NDC transactions. 

With all major stakeholders engaged and a growing adoption across travel agencies, the NDC standard moves towards industrialization. To provide guidance and visibility toward critical mass, IATA has introduced a new concept called "NDC@Scale. NDC@Scale is a set of criteria that will demonstrate that a stakeholder has the minimum set of recognized capabilities to drive volumes of NDC transactions.

Commissioned by IATA, Sia Partners has conducted a survey of 32 NDC stakeholders across the airline value chain such as airlines, travel management companies, major corporates, and system providers. The survey highlights the main challenges from an industry perspective to reach high volumes of NDC transactions and identifies the key enablers to drive efficient NDC adoption. Based on the results, IATA is proposing a roadmap to critical mass with best practices that will help the industry to face these scaling challenges.

 

The NDC@Scale: Roadmap to critical mass _ Edition 1.0 is available on Iata.org or by clicking here.

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