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Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 7th February 2023
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Book Me Bob AI chatbot heads to Asia to improve customer...

Hospitality Host Co has brought Book Me Bob (BMB), an AI chatbot founded in New Zealand, to Asia to help hoteliers here sharpen their...

On the way up

After hitting rock bottom, the travel and tourism industry has just one way to go – up. However, Greg Webb, CEO of Travelport says recovery in 2023 will have to contend with resource challenges and the pace of China’s reopening

Metaverse operations, digital economy among 12 megatrends for the next decade:...

SITA's newly published Meet the Megatrends report has identified 12 emerging technological, societal, traveller, and economic trends that will significantly morph the travel landscape...

WorldTicket Solutions rolls outs new initiatives for 2023

WorldTicket Solutions is introducing a number of initiatives in 2023, including W2 NDC and its own W2 UATP card. Copenhagen-based WorldTicket, which offers “channel agnostic...

Sabre, IATA partner to transform aviation industry

Sabre and IATA are working to “a shared vision” to roll out the Offers and Orders (O&O) distribution and retailing platform as a better...

Rezio integrates with Google

Online booking system rezio has launched a new integration with Google, allowing its operators to show ticket booking links directly on Google Search. This new...

Atlas’ new platform to overcome legacy limitations in airline retailing

Singapore-based Atlas has released its next-generation Air Travel Retailing and Information Platform (ATRIP). Created by Mary Li, the travel-technology start-up enables more people to travel...

Cathay launches conversational AI for customers

Cathay, in partnership with Fano Labs, has launched an advanced conversational artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance its customers’ digital experience. The new conversational AI will...

AirAsia upgrades facial recognition system at klia2

AirAsia has enhanced its facial recognition system, FACES, by integrating it with Malaysia Airports EZPaz technology at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (klia2), offering an...

Innovating the future of online travel booking

Agoda's new tech-driven CEO Omri Morgenshtern lives and breathes technology, seeking to break new ground with online services to enable customers to build their travel itinerary on the platform over a period of time

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