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Coupa partners with TripActions, Kenya taps Sabre, Adphorus rebrand, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements related to travel systems in July 2017.

Friday 21 July:

Coupa partners with TripActions

  • The spend management tech specialist and the travel booking company are integrating their systems to offer a “seamless travel and expense management” service.

Kenya Airways goes for groups

Scientific approach from Adphorus

  • The Istanbul-based Facebook and Instagram marketing specialist is repositioning itself as a “travel  marketing science” expert. It is developing an AI-powered  marketing assistant (known as Marvin) to help its clients automate and optimize their Facebook and Instagram campaigns. It is also opening an office in Berlin as part of its expansion plans.

Friday 14 July 2017:

IVvy selects Dhisco for hotels

  • The Australia-based distribution specialist for meetings and events is using Dhisco to power its hotel booking engine.

Thursday 13 July 2017:

SITA systems live at Seychelles airport

  • Air Seychelles, an Etihad Airlines Partner, has gone live with SITA’s common-use passenger processing systems (CUPPS) at Seychelles International Airport. The airline, of which Etihad owns 40%, says the system will provides greater flexibility for international airlines operating from the airport.

IDeaS extends deal with MHR

  • IDeaS Revenue Solutions has signed a new deal with Millennium Hotels and Resorts. The pair have worked together for 18 years and IDeaS already working with 50 of its hotels. The new deal allows MHR to start using IDeaS at more of its 130-plus properties around the globe which have over 37,000 rooms in total.

Monday 3 July

Royal Wings migrates to Hitit

  • The Royal Jordanian subsidiary has successfully migrated its passenger reservation system to Crane, powered by Hitit CS. Royal Wings, is based in  Jordan and operates charter and scheduled flights from Amman and Aqaba to the Middle East and Europe.

Trade bodies to work together on standards

  • Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) and the Open Travel Alliance (OpenTravel) are planning to work even more closely together, “conduct research on the international impact of standards on global travel, as well as other initiatives”. Later this year OpenTravel will colocate its advisory forum  with HFTP’ annual convention, taking place in Florida.
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