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Learn, apply, change: big data and travel
Published: 28 Feb 2014
This independent study explores the impact of large volume, unstructured data known as big data on the global travel industry.
Open for business report on Open Source Software
Published: 27 Feb 2014
Learn about the history of Open Source Systems and their benefits to businesses, providers and travellers.
Securing the prize for the Middle East
Published: 26 Feb 2014
Opportunities and challenges on the road to becoming a dominant global travel hub.
Cross-Sell Your Way to Profit
Published: 20 Feb 2014
More and more travel players are expanding their offers to include supplementary third-party ancillary products and services to help and inspire today’s travellers while earning attractive profits.
Clearing the Cloud: Best of Open Systems and Cloud for hotel business optimisation
Published: 05 Dec 2013
Clearing the Cloud looks specifically at how hoteliers can benefit from Open Source Software.
Invent the future series: spotlight on revenue management
Published: 03 Dec 2013
Invent the future series: spotlight on revenue management is an industry report created by Amadeus that highlights the importance of placing the customers at the heart of revenue management system, allowing hotels to gain sustainable competitive advantage in this highly complex and diverse hotel business.
A Digital Savannah: Africa’s e-commerce promise
Published: 17 Oct 2013
The study was authored by Arthur Goldstuck, CEO of World Wide Worx, and is the first in-depth look at trends and opportunities in the e-commerce space in Africa.
Shaping the future of travel in Asia Pacific
Published: 15 Jul 2013
Our research has identified four dominant themes that will fundamentally change travel in the Asia Pacific region to 2030.
Future Traveller Tribes 2020
Published: 25 Apr 2013
The objective of the report, developed by the Henley Centre HeadlightVision, a global futures consultancy, and commissioned by Amadeus, the leading technology partner to the travel and tourism industry, is to stimulate discussion within the industry about the types of services and approaches that carriers need to take now and in the future to deliver on the needs of future travellers and secure profitability.
2009 Introduces a new age of austerity for executive travellers
Published: 25 Apr 2013
What type of hotel is most likely to benefit from this new atmosphere of austerity?