Datalex, the provider of software which enables the online shopping, promotions and reward programs for some of the largest travel companies in the world, has held its sixth annual conference in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. This unique international conference,entitled Traveller Experience 2020 – The Future of Travel Retail, brings together senior executives from the travel industries to debate the challenges in today’s retail travel market.
Traveller Experience 2020 will bring together over 50 global travel retail brands to discuss and debate retail strategies of the future and the traveller experience. Over 200 delegates will come to Dublin from China, US and EMEA including major brands such as Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Air China, STA Travel and Expedia. Some leading Irish brands will also be represented such as Aer Lingus, FEXCO and Cartrawler.
Cormac Whelan, CEO of Datalex said: “The success of our company, products and people is dependent on the innovation and support of our customers across the globe. We are honored to host so many of the world’s leading travel brands and their executives in Dublin. This is a great opportunity for us to participate in the debate, opinions and ideas of those leading the transformation of travel retail worldwide”.
Datalex is a leading provider of innovative online retail software products which power the online and offline shopping and reservations of major travel brands worldwide. Its customers include Aer Lingus, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Air China, WestJet, Air Malta, Frontier Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, South African Airways, Copa Airlines, STA Travel and SITA.
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, the company maintains offices in Europe, Asia Pacific and USA. Datalex is a publicly held company traded on the Irish Stock Exchange.
In 2011, for the third year in succession, Datalex was voted “The World’s Leading Travel Distribution Solution Provider” and “World’s Leading Merchandising Solution Provider” at the World Travel Awards, hailed as the “Oscars of the Travel Industry”.