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Tue, 11 August 2015

Amadeus Travel Agents Gain Access to Travelgurus Indian Hotel Content

One of Indias largest domestic hotel content providers, Travelguru, has selected Amadeus to distribute its 20,000+ hotels from across 800 cities in India.

This is the first time that Travelguru has made its content available through a global distribution system, offering both leisure and corporate travellers access to a widespread choice of hotels through the travel agency channel.

Travelgurus hotel content will be available to agents in Q3 2015 through the extended marketplace in Amadeus Hotels Plus, a solution which provides seamlessly integrated content from multiple hotel sources in one single interface.

Travelguru will also offer dynamic commissions in the Amadeus solution, so that travel agents are guaranteed to have the most attractive commission available when booking a hotel for their customers.

Mr. Akash Poddar, Head of B2B Business, Travelguru said that global reach was a key factor in the decision to distribute their hotel content via Amadeus. Amadeus true global network of travel agency customers means we can increase our sales channels. In addition Amadeus provides us with a globally adopted platform to engage with, and tap into, new markets which we previously could not reach. Domestically, this helps us to further consolidate our leadership position in the Indian sub-continent, he said.

The inclusion of Travelgurus Indian hotel content means that Amadeus travel agents will now be able to search, shop and book over 1 million hotel shopping options.

Travelguru, Amadeus, India

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