Exodus Travel Migrate to Amadeus

21st Nov 2003


have signed the
leading UK adventure travel company Exodus Travel.  This latest signing
consolidates the companies UK market share, which is
now at 21 percent.

Exodus Travel, who process more than 42,000 segments per annum, have
migrated to Amadeus from Galileo.  The company spent three months trialling
Amadeus Vista, a unique browser-based solution that is designed to make
travel agencies more productive and profitable, before making the decision
to switch to Amadeus.  Available in over 50 countries, Vista offers agents
the most extensive level of functionality and tools of any front-office
platform offered by a GDS today.

Commenting on the company’s decision to move to Amadeus, David Gillespie,
Managing Director for Exodus, said ““When investing in technology we will
only invest in solutions that have a positive impact on our sales and
customer service.  It was an easy decision to sign with Amadeus as we have
found a partner who listens to our needs and works alongside us to develop
solutions that meet our needs and enable us to provide our customers with an
enhanced level of customer service and booking options.”

Peter Cacioppo, Director of Sales, for Amadeus added “We are extremely
pleased that Exodus Travel has made the decision to switch to Amadeus.  Out
of all the GDSs, we firmly believe that Amadeus has the most agency-friendly
business model. Our new product development programme is second to none, and
companies such as Exodus can see that Amadeus is best positioned to deliver
the solutions required for long term profitability in a changing world. We
look forward to supporting Exodus as they continue to grow their business in
the UK.”





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