The Travel Technology Show, 3rd & 4th February 2004, Olympia London - the Uk’‘s only dedicated exhibition where senior commercial and IT management from travel suppliers and intermediaries can meet and do business with travel technology providers
75 travel technology suppliers will be demonstrating their latest solutions and tools - from next generation booking systems to back office systems. Exhibitors include NTL Business (Travel Division), Galileo, Dolphin Dynamics, Anite Travel Systems, RWA, Illusions Online, Telme and Amadeus.
“The Travel Technology Show is a unique opportunity not only to learn about the very latest technology innovations, but also to exchange ideas and information and explore best practices at the cutting edge of travel distribution, sales, marketing and business operation,” commented Event Director, David Chapple.
Visitors to the Travel Technology Show can learn valuable lessons on technology implementation that their contemporaries have had to learn the hard way. Speakers from Mark Warner, Australian Holidays, Ickenham Travel, West Midlands Coop, BDL Hotels and Perillo Tours make up just a hand full of the travel suppliers who will be presenting their experiences.
“We aim to give small to medium sized travel agents, tour operators, hoteliers and other suppliers an understanding of how profits can be created and savings made by employing the latest technologies”, says Chapple “Speakers from these groups will share their experiences so others can benefit from what they have learnt”
There are 16 ‘pick & mix’ sessions to choose from with dedicated sessions for travel agents, tour operators and hoteliers, as well as some that have wider appeal. Topics covered include, multiple distribution tools and strategies, web content and marketing tactics, as well as sessions evaluating business operation solutions.
Supporting the client led sessions, senior personnel from the 4 GDS’s outline their vision of the future and explain how they can stay relevant in a changing business environment, whilst the 4 main broadband providers outline the pitfalls and benefits of broadband services.