reservations system

 

Risk versus gain – five questions to ask before replacing your reservation tech

It seems to me that hardly a month goes by without someone introducing their new ‘ground breaking’ technology.

 
 

A bold statement from Switzerland-based Treovi, a startup which is about to take the covers of a service which it says has a business model “very different” from other online reservation services.

 
 

Southwest Airlines renewed for several years its contract to have Sabre provide some of the airline’s reservations system services.

 
 

HP may or may not be mulling a plan to shed its PC business, but new agreements with US Airways and Dollar Thrifty highlight how IT services and transportation will remain a core business.

 
 

With an integration of recently acquired AirTran on the agenda, Southwest Airlines has decided to delay a decison on selecting a new reservation system provider.

 
 

United Airlines and Amadeus officially dissolved their long-stalled contract to migrate the airline’s internal reservations system to the Amadeus Altéa platform from Travelport’s Apollo system.

 
 

What will happen to AirTran distribution on online travel agency websites once its merger and integration with Southwest Airlines gets under way in earnest?

 
 

Virgin America, in purusing its growth strategy, signed a reservations systems deal with Sabre Airlines Solutions, and the airline also renewed its Sabre Travel Network GDS contract.

 
 

The big decision is in: United Airlines plans to wean itself off its decades-long reservations-system provider, Travelport’s Apollo, and to migrate its reservations to HP in 2012.

 
 

Southwest Airlines is actively considering a switch to a new internal reservations system and has narrowed its choices of vendors to Sabre and Amadeus.

 
 
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