David Nelson joins IDeaS as Vice President of Technology

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 6 March 2009

IDeaS, a provider of hospitality revenue management and optimization solutions, has appointed David Nelson as vice president of technology.

Nelson joins IDeaS with more than 20 years of technology industry leadership experience. He is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of IDeaS research and development process, including the design, development, implementation and testing of IDeaS multi-tier architecture.

I am excited to work for a company that is not only a hospitality technology industry leader, but one that has the opportunity to expand into many new industries, said Nelson. I also believe that Software as a Service is driving the technology industry forward, and I look forward to utilizing my experience to continue to develop IDeaS industry-leading SaaS solutions.

Nelson has vast experience in Software as a Service (SaaS) from his previous position with Thomson-Reuters Corporation. While with Thomson-Reuters, Nelson developed and implemented a strategic SaaS based information delivery system and led research and development efforts to deploy a nation-wide pharmaceutical information system. Also while at Thomson-Reuters, Nelson served in three executive positions in which he drove business strategies that significantly reduced the level of software product errors for the organization.

Davids accomplishments and experience in information technology will significantly benefit IDeaS, said Ravi Mehrotra, president and founder, IDeaS. We are confident Davids proven leadership and expertise will impact growth for IDeaS and enable us to better serve our valued clients.

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