SITA acquires Mexia Interactive to boost airport offering

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SITA has acquired Mexia Interactive, a global provider of curb-to-gate passenger analytics for the air transport industry. The company, founded in 2011, is based in Winnipeg, Canada.

The acquisition will enhance SITA’s existing airport operations and passenger flow management solutions. Customers will benefit from a comprehensive and predictive view of passenger flow information that strives for greater operational efficiencies and improved services.
Mexia’s technology identifies and predicts bottlenecks in various queues such as check-in, security and taxi lines while monitoring the amount of time passengers spend in airports. The company also helps airports find non-aeronautical revenue potential by providing shopper numbers, conversion rates and trends through insights on passengers dwelling in the airport.

Barbara Dalibard, CEO of SITA, said, “Airports increasingly need comprehensive and sophisticated technology solutions that help them meet the continued growth in passenger numbers while improving the overall airport experience. This is a market where SITA is strongly focused and where we can deliver real value.

“With the acquisition of Mexia we will strengthen our airport portfolio, providing our customers with automated predictive analytics and detailed passenger flow management throughout the airport.”

Glenn Tinley, president of Mexia, commented, “Our groundbreaking technology provides seamless integration with SITA’s Airport Management, Passenger Flow Management and AirportPulse solutions. We are extremely excited about the additional benefit our existing customers will receive from the wider SITA portfolio while helping SITA deliver additional value and benefits to their established customer base.”

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