Technology

The Amadeus Live Travel Space: An explainer

Guess what? The future is here.

The rate of change in the travel industry is moving fast. Travellers are becoming more empowered and demanding with more channels to access content. The way we experience travel today is more open, dynamic and connected.

Technology plays a key role in enabling travel agents to keep up with the rate of change, making it easier to reach your clients and provide them with the best experiences.

And Amadeus has just stepped up its game.

They’re evolving from a global distribution system to a Live Travel Space that is open, dynamic and connected. A place where you can interact and co-create with the biggest network of travel professionals, to deliver better journeys to your clients via a wide range of options, right when they want them.

And the Live Travel Space is more than a technology platform – it’s a partnership between you and Amadeus – a partnership that will help you cater to your clients like never before by providing you with more travel options and brands than you ever thought possible.

It’s a space that brings together Amadeus’ technology, expertise, substantial investments and strong customer relationships, together creating endless possibilities.

Sounds pretty damn good to us.

Need more of an explanation? Don’t worry – we’ve got an informative video for you!

The Live Travel Space is powered by a global Amadeus network of over 16,000 professionals — 5,600 of whom are part of the Travel Channels team. The team includes developers, data scientists, industry experts, consultants and local market specialists and the Amadeus Live Travel Space is based on 30 years of travel tech experience, so you know you’re in good, knowledgeable hands.

Oh, and the core of the Live Travel Space is the Amadeus Travel Platform technology, which is built on open systems that integrate content from all over to help businesses sell to clients simply, quickly and accurately. You can find out more about that here.

Otherwise, what are you waiting for? Check out Amadeus’ Live Travel Space now!

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