Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, will hold its annual technology show to showcase its "portfolio for cutting-edge technology solutions" in the Kingdom's three major cities.
The Amadeus Technology Show will be held at the Park Hyatt in Jeddah on March 12 will move on to the Marriot in Riyadh on March 17 and on to Movenpick in Al-Khobar on March 19. "The event is aimed at showcasing Amadeus’ portfolio of cutting-edge technology solutions that will empower the industry to contribute toward shaping the future of Saudi Arabia’s travel industry," Amadeus said in a statement released on Friday. Held for the third consecutive year, Amadeus Technology Show will be held a day each at Park Hyatt-Jeddah, Marriot-Riyadh and Movenpick-Alkhobar. “Amadeus’ portfolio of products and solutions are attuned to the needs of the next-generation travelers, and covers everything in the travel business, from front office, mid-office and backoffice, e-commerce, m-commerce to leisure andcorporate travel," Nashat Bukhari, General Manager of Amadeus, said.
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