Celestyal Cruises to Join iTravel Cruise Reservation Platform

Pythagoras Nagos (left), vice president of sales for Celestyal Cruises, and Asish Koshy, global head of travel and cruise for IBS Software.
Pythagoras Nagos (left), vice president of sales for Celestyal Cruises, and Asish Koshy, global head of travel and cruise for IBS Software.

At the 2016 Seatrade Cruise Global Convention, IBS Software and Celestyal Cruises signed a contract for delivery of IBS' next-generation iTravel Cruise Reservation System. Celestyal becomes the third travel company -- and the first cruise line -- to implement IBS' iTravel "software as a service," or SaaS, lifecycle reservations platform.

With iTravel, Celestyal will be able to offer inclusive cruise packages with dynamic pricing capabilities while enabling cross-sell and up-sell opportunities. Celestyal Cruises also currently employs IBS' Ship Partner onboard property management system across its five-ship fleet.

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