First generation caches were about cutting cost ‚Äď and travel sellers tolerated low levels of accuracy to make savings.
The London-based startup that has developed an innovative B2B airfare-shopping engine, has completed a raise¬†and is now shifting its focus to Asia, where it’s had success with Aussie OTA Jetabroad.
What can a single developer pull together with a handful of APIs, a creative mind and a touch of tongue-in-check? Yes, it’s the Traveling Gnome (not the roaming kind!).
More creativity and masses of hard work from developers as a teams from Skyscanner and Flocations brought a new idea to planning business trips and also capturing the best travel reviews.
One of the participants at last week’s THack @ SFO was DataArt, pulling together APIs from Vayant, Travelport and LocalGuiding to create BendMyTrip.
Anywayanyday.com, VRMA, Vayant, Inntopia, and TourWrist all make our roundup of the stories making news and driving opinion on 25 September.
Voice search, to some extent, is still in its relative infancy in the travel industry despite the buzz around Apple’s Siri and the voice recognition capabilities of Google Android.
Airfare shopping specialist Vayant Travel Technologies is claiming sub-second search results via its FastSearch solution, unveiled at Travel Technology Europe this week