Two hotel technology pioneers and global leaders work together to ensure frictionless client experience.
What ANZ leisure travellers want this festive season
The desire to travel is strong in Australia and New Zealand. Despite border restrictions, travellers are energised and ready to holiday within their own shores.
Amadeus boosts accommodation content by 30% with new Booking.com partnership
Amadeus signs a landmark hospitality distribution agreement with Booking.com to integrate its accommodation content into the Amadeus Travel Platform for the first time.
New Amadeus-IHG research explores the future of hospitality
New research study, Drivers of Change in Hospitality, explores the changes we can expect as guest insight, technology optimization and the ability to hyper-personalize take effect. Informed by over 7,500 consumers worldwide and industry experts, the study identifies three trends that the sector must respond to meet the needs of the consumer of the future.
Stefan Ropers to lead Strategic Growth Businesses at Amadeus
Ropers joins Amadeus with more than 20 years of industry experience, holding various senior tech roles in his career to date, including at Microsoft, McKinsey, and most recently Adobe. @AmadeusITGroup
Amadeus acquires TravelClick for $1.52bn
Amadeus, a major IT provider for the global tourism industry, has completed a USD $1.52bn acquisition of TravelClick from Thoma Bravo.
Amadeus to acquire TravelClick in a $1.52 billion agreement
Deal will significantly expand Amadeus’ presence in the hospitality sector. @AmadeusITGroup
Air Canada partners with Amadeus
This significant partnership is set to develop and support international air travel providing an improved overall customer service experience for…
Rajiv Rajian named Amadeus Executive VP of Global Business Travel
Rajian brings 20 years of deep travel industry expertise to Amadeus, with a strong track record in business travel, product marketing, strategy and mergers and acquisitions
The disruptive factors likely to reshape travel distribution
Gatekeepers, ‘mega meta online travel agencies’, and artificial intelligence may fundamentally disrupt the future of travel distribution, says a new independent study by the London School of Economics.
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