Amadeus says new product makes trip-planning faster

By Jerry Limone
Amadeus has introduced a tool that automates the processing and presentation of multiple itinerary proposals to clients.

The product, called Amadeus Offers, is available to agents in North America.

Pitching Amadeus Offers as an effective solution for leisure and corporate agencies, Amadeus said the tool reduces the average time spent on trip management by as much as 60%. Agents using it do not have to create multiple passenger name records (PNRs) to store several itinerary options for clients.

Using the existing booking flow, trip quotes are stored in the same PNR as the itinerary, providing an instant view of a traveler’s options, Amadeus said.

Proposals can be quickly exchanged via an email that shows the agency’s name and logo, said Amadeus, and a booking can be made “in a few keystrokes” when a client approves an itinerary.

“As a result of the Amadeus Offers solution, our clients now have all of the information they need in one place, so they can quickly and confidently make the most informed decisions on air and hotel bookings,” said Peter Durbetaki, owner of Uniglobe Five Star Travel in Atlanta.

Until Sept. 30, new Amadeus Offers subscribers receive promotional pricing, which includes unlimited offers transactions, Amadeus said.

For more information, contact an Amadeus sales manager, call (888) AMADEUS or email salesinquiries@amadeus.com.
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