Tag Archives: Amadeus E-Travel Management

Trying To Sign More North America TMCs, Amadeus Globalizes Agency, Corporate Roles

By | March 23, 2018

Amadeus is reorganizing its travel agency and corporate business lines to focus on global customer sectors rather than geographies. Two of its more recognizable execs in North America are leaving. Amadeus SVP of travel channels Decius Valmorbida said the departures of North America COO Vic Pynn and chief marketing officer Scott Alvis, while “difficult” decisions, were natural outcomes of… Read More »

Global Online Booking Providers Amadeus, Sabre Seek Some Local Partners

By | October 5, 2016

Amadeus and Sabre are taking a new approach to developing corporate booking tools for small and medium businesses. In some smaller markets around the globe, they’re hooking up with tech partners. Sabre in August announced a deal with Serko to serve SMEs Down Under. The New Zealand-based company will replace proprietary booking software in the Sabre Online service. As… Read More »

In North America Push, Amadeus E-Travel Signs Southwest

By | February 11, 2015

Amadeus confirmed plans to boost its e-Travel Management corporate booking tool in North America. It’s starting with a “multi-year” deal struck this month to access Southwest Airlines inventory and fares “in the coming months.” The carrier also would be available worldwide in e-Travel and the Amadeus i:FAO cytric booking tool and mobile app popular in Germany. The . . .… Read More »

Years Of Consolidation Gave Concur Market Power, But No Monopoly

By | February 5, 2015

You may have read that as SAP swallows Concur, business travel innovation goes down with it. This is absurd. Concur is much more an expense management software company than a business travel company. Is it innovative? Yes, but that’s not how it got its travel cred. Concur has no monopoly on ingenuity and now, perhaps at its zenith,… Read More »