New advances in hotel IT technology are creating a “mobile white space” that is set to transform the way guests interact with hotels.
Bucket parses free form text from any source (online or from friends on, say, a Facebook page) and from any device to create a personalized trip plan.
Seventy-nine percent of companies face challenges when connecting guest data from disparate sources to a single customer view.
Another acquisition for Amadeus – snapping up Dutch travel technology company Pyton for an undisclosed fee.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for September 2015.
This past weekend, Tnooz brought its signature THack hackathon series to São Paulo, thanks to hard-working developers who gave an entire weekend to playing with APIs from lead sponsor Sabre, the travel technology giant.
European carrier Lufthansa has not bowed to any of the industry pressure of recent months and today introduced its controversial GDS levy.
Laterooms.com‘s marketing strategy now includes social media and big data as well as the more traditional channels.
Mobile-first reservation service CatchThatBus wants to push into other countries in South East Asia following a new funding round to the tune of $1.5 million.
Here are some of the news stories, opinions, and updates to useful tools that are relevant to the evolution of the travel trade for Monday 31 August: PASSENGER EXPERIENCE NEWS Next year, British Airways and Air France plan to debut permanent digital bag tags on select routes. The tags were pioneered by Qantas Airways years ago, and are being tested by Brussels Airlines and Turkish Airlines.
India’s online travel market continues to evolve, with an entirely new sector having emerged over the past year or so – online aggregated budget accommodation providers.
If you adore TripAdvisor and think it’s the most innovative company in travel, you’ll enjoy today’s 2,500-word feature on the Massachusetts-based giant in The Washington Post.
Software Advice, a trade purchasing-advice platform, has dug into its dealings with hoteliers in the United States in the past year to gauge some trends in hotel technology buying behaviour.
Launched in February, Djubo, which sells a hotel central reservations system (CRS), has sold a minority equity stake to ibibo, the online travel company that owns Goibibo.com, redBus.in, and Yourbus.
eDreams Odigeo says it is making progress on the strategic initiatives it announced in June which include improving the customer experience and a greater focus on mobile.
The way we advertise to and engage with consumers has changed dramatically thanks to the explosion of mobile. Today’s travelers use multiple devices to plan their trips, research new destinations, buy travel packages and then stay up-to-date while on-the-go.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for August 2015.
Quite a lot of the startup pitches we cover on Tnooz stem from their founders’ frustrations with a part of the travel booking process and EasyGroupBook is no exception.
Software Advice has dug into its dealings with hoteliers in the past year to gauge some trends in hotel technology buying behaviour.
In today’s seemingly ever-changing hospitality market, hotel general managers (GMs) have become the key collaborators linking marketing, sales, reservations and e-commerce divisions within a property.