The impact of the coronavirus pandemic could cost telecoms operators more than US$25 billion in lost revenue during the next nine months, with more than 650 million passenger trips to be cancelled due to the virus – accounting for over 80% of the anticipated international passenger trips that were previously forecast before the spread of the virus, according to one research firm.
Two of Australia’s travel technology companies — GoSeeAustralia and RMS — have joined forces to deliver what they claim is the country’s first integrated online booking channel and customised industry-specific website solution for the Australian caravan and camping industry.
Australian tech business OACIS, which claims to be the “world’s only” mobile, pop-up check-in solutions company, has partnered with travel technology provider Amadeus to launch a new "off-airport" pop-up airline check-in service.
Virgin Mobile has contracted digital transformation company Datarati to implement and manage its marketing automation and CRM business.
Global provider of travel, expense and invoice management solutions, Concur, has launched an integrated traveller risk management solution.
Optus Business has inked a $75 million, five-year deal with Flight Centre to deliver collaboration and communication services to support the retail travel group’s ongoing technology transformation strategy.
Payments processing technology provider, Mint Payments has sealed a deal with travel agency software solution providers TravelPartner to deliver its fully integrated online payments processing service to its growing network of travel agents.
Australian energy spend management platform, BidEnergy, has sealed a deal to provide its cloud‐based platform to Flight Centre.
Webjet and Microsoft claim the build of a “first-of-kind” travel industry blockchain proof-of-concept (POC) solution has the potential to transform the way the entire travel industry processes and manages online payments for hotel bookings.
Flight Centre New Zealand has deployed an enterprise cloud platform from hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix to help its travel experts service a growing number of New Zealand residents travelling abroad.
Sydney-based travel industry software solutions company Tramada Systems has integrated Yellowfin’s Business Intelligence platform into its cloud-based travel automation solution.
Embryonic new Australian travel technology startup, Seatfrog, has launched a $1.2 million funding round to accelerate its growth and expansion into global markets this year.
Listed payments processing technology provider, Mint Payments (ASX: MNW) has partnered with multi travel agency software solution provider Tramada Systems in a three-year licence and distribution agreement to deliver its fully integrated online payments processing service Minternet.
Australian travel and expense technology company Locomote has partnered with global workspace provider Regus to offer Regus business customers an end-to-end corporate travel management solution.
Australian travel technology company Locomote has inked a deal with Japan Airlines’ global distribution system AXESS to roll out a new business travel management solution in Japan.
IT solutions provider to the travel industry, Amadeus, has secured its first customer in Australia with a contract to implement its next-generation cloud-based ACUS solution.
Australian travel tech company, Locomote, has integrated with global expense management platform Expensify in a deal which the two companies say will simplify business travel and make it more efficient and smarter.
Sydney technology startup Yatango has signed commercial agreements with travel industry majors Expedia and Sabre ahead of the launch of Yatango Travel in the fourth quarter of this year.
Australian-listed mobile and online payments platform and logistics software provider SmartTrans has sealed an agreement with China's oldest and largest travel services provider, China International Travel Service (CITS) to build and distribute an App and integrated online platform that will enable Chinese and Australian consumers to book and pay for travel services between the two countries.
Storage vendor DataCore has completed deployment of its SANsymphony-V software across the Australian network of independent travel company House of Travel.
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