Trip.com has partnered with Amadeus to help power the China-based online travel agency's recovery and expansion ambitions.
The Amadeus Custom Search solution, which is powered by Amadeus cloud technology, will enable Trip.com's platforms to manage increasing online activity, plus scale to meet demand.
In addition to offering high-quality flight content, faster response times and precise accuracy, the solution will also give Trip.com greater flexibility to control dynamic content distribution.
"As we continue our global expansion, Amadeus' cloud-based search technology will help us to meet the ever-increasing demands of our customers," said Yudong Tan, CEO of Trip.com's Flight Business Unit.
"We are optimistic about the recovery of travel and this cutting-edge cloud technology will play an important part in accelerating our long-term growth."
Added Brian Chien, Amadeus head of online travel agencies, Greater China and managing director, China: "We are proud to continue our pioneering work with such an innovative and market-leading online travel agency like Trip.com. Our development teams have worked hand in hand with theirs to build a future-proof, cloud-based flight search solution that will make the customer experience across all channels exceptional.
"I have also witnessed the amazing success of Trip.com, having grown from a Chinese OTA to a global powerhouse. At the same time, our collaborative partnership with Trip.com continues to grow and we look forward to a bright future of cutting-edge innovation and customer-centricity as travel makes its comeback. We will collaborate with Trip.com to ensure the success of this game-changing cloud technology."
Meanwhile, Trip.com Group, which runs Trip.com as well as Ctrip, Qunar and Skyscanner, has officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as of yesterday. Trip.com Group is now dual listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ stock exchange in the United States.
Trip.com Group, formerly known as Ctrip Group, first listed on the public markets in the U.S. in 2003.