Travelport to Showcase New Point-of-Sale Technologies

Travelport’s participation in the 2011 Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) International Conference and Exposition in Denver, August 21-24, will include Gordon Wilson, Travelport CEO, participating in the new “Travel Value Chain CEO Panel.”

Travelport will also offer product workshops for corporate buyers, TMCs and developers on travel content aggregation solutions including Travelport Universal API and new point-of-sale technologies such as Travelport Universal Desktop and Travelport Smartpoint App.

Gillian Gibson, CMO for Travelport, said,  “We are especially delighted to feature a schedule of informative workshops on the latest, most innovative travel technology solutions needed to advance a travel program.” 

“During this year’s GBTA conference, we look forward to bringing buyers, TMCs and developers the industry’s most innovative travel content aggregation solutions and new point-of-sale technologies,” said Gibson.

“In the past year, Travelport has provided a suite of technology that helps agents and travel suppliers transform the way they work and serve their customers. From the introduction of Travelport Universal Desktop to Travelport Universal API and the launch of Travelport Smartpoint App, we're developing powerful new tools and delivering functionality to help enable corporate travel management to succeed in a competitive industry," Gibson said.

The Travelport line-up at GBTA includes:  

For Buyers: “Optimize Searching and Booking Air and Hotel Content,” featuring Travelport ePricing and Travelport Rooms.
For Buyers: “Drive Managed Travel with Productivity Tools,” featuring Travelport’s Corporate Booking Tool solutions, mobile solutions and business intelligence tools.
For TMCs: “Maximize Productivity with Desktop Tools,” featuring Travelport Universal Desktop and Travelport Smartpoint App.
For Developers: “Create Solutions with Cutting-Edge Tools,” featuring Travelport Universal API. 


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