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TietoEnator Acquires the CIS Activities of ABB Energy Information Systems
ESPOO, Finland, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- TietoEnator acquires the CIS activities (Customer Information Systems) of ABB Energy Information Systems with 61 employees, and 50% of the shares of Prototum AB from ABB Energy Information Systems AB. After this transaction, TietoEnator owns 100% of the shares of Prototum AB. Prototum own all IPR's (Intellectual Property Rights) to Elegansplus, a market leading system for customer handling in the Swedish energy market.
SAS Contacts You When Flights are Delayed
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- SAS is launching a new SMS service that automatically sends traffic information to the customer's mobile phone. All customers with Travel Pass or Travel Pass Corporate can subscribe for the new service. In the autumn, this service will also be offered to those traveling with SAS' most flexible ticket class.
SAS to Introduce Web Check-In and Simplified Web-Based Booking
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- On May 28, SAS will introduce its new Website. This new facility will significantly improve travel management efficiency by allowing SAS customers to book, purchase - and check-in - via the Web. The guiding principles underlying the development of the new site have been simplicity and speed, two factors that are reflected in the new navigation structure and faster technology platform.
SAS: Trendier Service Onboard with Scandinavian Direct
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- In conjunction with its launch of Scandinavian Direct, SAS is changing its onboard service. There will be only one travel class and all passengers will enjoy the same level of service.
SAS Airline Presents New Price Concept in Scandinavia
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Effective June 1, 2002, SAS Airline is introducing a completely new price concept for air travel within and between the Scandinavian countries. The price structure is simpler and more logical while at the same time business travel prices are being reduced by 30 percent. SAS Airlines will offer four "Daily" tickets for round-trip travel on the same day. The tickets can be booked and purchased already on May 7.
SAS Airline to Introduce Scandinavian Direct -- Lower Business Prices and One Class Onboard
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 20, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- On June 1, 2002, passengers flying shorter distances with SAS will experience major changes. With Scandinavian Direct, the curtain between the business and economy class sections of the aircraft will be removed, business travel prices will be reduced by up to 30 percent and a new, uniform onboard-service concept will be introduced. It will also be easier to book, purchase and check-in. The purpose of the changes is to create a simpler and faster travel service for the customer, while simultaneously improving SAS efficiency.