In the evolving and demanding business environment, the aviation industry was not left far behind to feel the heat. The radical changes in the aviation industry due to the low-cost business model and the rising oil prices put massive pressure on the network carriers to reduce their costs.
The hospitality industry is heavily relied on technology and data to make the best strategic decisions and Revenue Management is at the core of this tech-revolution.
The Airline industry is not only subject to an unpredictable price pressure, but it is also facing steady increases in fixed costs of which fuel, landing fees, environmental taxes, and regulations are among the more prominent ones.
A few years ago, the industry redefined the technique of creating and distributing content as brands promised to be more customer-focused.
The growth of businesses in the Travel & Hospitality industry has resulted in a myriad of integrations between enterprise systems.
Enterprise hotel chains, by their very nature, tend to contain many disparate systems and applications which provide various services. Hotels rely on these systems to run their dayto- day business.
Mobile devices have been around for more than a decade now. Phones and tablets are no longer aspirational products; they have opened doors to new business avenues.
Creating a killer social media campaign is not about relying on a great brand or having the right assets.
Today dining or even fine dining is no longer only about great food, but also about guest experience. Guest experience is the yardstick of a restaurant’s success.
NDC is a new messaging standard used by the Airline industry for inventory distribution. This whitepaper discusses how NDC can help the Airline industry and provide today’s digital-savvy clients with information at their fingertips.