Amadeus Launches UI and Mobile Booking App

smartphoneAmadeus reports the launch of its new User Interface (UI) and its presentation of its mobile booking application. The online corporate travel booking tool, Amadeus e-Travel Management (AeTM), used by over 6,000 corporations in 59 markets, helps corporations reduce costs and gain control of the corporate travel process, Amadeus said.

“We welcomed the introduction of the new AeTM user interface, which provides an updated user experience that is more aligned with familiar consumer travel sites. Following a successful pilot in Ireland, we are currently in the process of migrating a number of other markets," said Olive Kavanagh, travel category manager, strategy & technology, Microsoft. 

AeTM has undergone a new workflow redesign, streamlining the booking process itself, making it easier and faster to search, book, review, and approve, Amadeus says. These changes, coupled with a new look and feel, enable travelers and travel arrangers to make their way through the booking process more intuitively and seamlessly, saving time on tasks. 

In conjunction with the launch of the new UI, Amadeus is presenting its mobile booking app, Amadeus e-Travel Management Mobile, which is currently in beta testing mode in Scandinavia and will be available to users in the next few months. 

The new tool allows travelers to make new air and rail bookings via their mobile devices including iPhone and Android, ensuring efficiency and continuity of service for travelers on the road.

Visit www.amadeus.com

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