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GDS Systems (Global Distribution Systems) are worldwide distribution systems used by travel management companies and online travel agents to book airline tickets, hotels, cars and cruises.

Integrating any of the major global distribution systems, Sabre, Amadeus, Galileo, Worldspan, Abacus and Infini, will provide following benefits:

Easy Connectivity

GDS system providers started selling the inventories through the mode of XMLs / APIs. Using the airline XML, Hotel XML and Car XML – travel companies could connect to GDS systems to check online availability and do the bookings. This also helped the travel agents to integrate these XMLs (GDS system) on their own website in the form of API's to get their airline booking system / hotel booking system operational for B2C users.

Automatic Content Update

Integrating GDS system allows the update of inventory information (availability / pricing) automatically. All the agents and B2C users, get the same seamless information.

Own White label Solution

As the travel industry is changing to online mode from offline, travel agents have started asking for while label software / white label solution from the hotel suppliers and GDS system providers to sell the hotels and airline / flight tickets with their own brands, logo and contact information.

24x7 Bookings Worldwide

By having global distribution connectivity to more and more travel agents, customers and corporate across the world can view and book flight, hotel, tours and transfers on 24 X 7 basis.

Broadened Market Reach

GDS system is extensively used to broaden the market reach. A single global distribution system is connected through several B2B, B2C, B2E and B2B2C websites.

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  • 1. GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS: GDS SYSTEMS AMADEUS, GALILEO, SABRE, TRAVELPORT PROVAB TECHNOSOFT www.provab.com info@provab.com GDS SYSTEM INTEGRATION– http://www.provab.com/globaldistributionsy stems-gdssystems.html
  • 2. • Amadeus GDS1 • Galileo GDS2 • Sabre GDS3 Major Global Distribution Systems
  • 3. Global Distribution Systems GDS Systems (Global Distribution Systems) are worldwide distribution systems used by travel management companies and online travel agents to book airline tickets, hotels, cars and cruises. Integrating any of the major global distribution systems, Sabre, Amadeus, Galileo, Worldspan, Abacus and Infini, will provide following benefits:
  • 4. GDS Systems’ Benefits - • Easy Connectivity GDS system providers started selling the inventories through the mode of XMLs / APIs. Using the airline XML, Hotel XML and Car XML – travel companies could connect to GDS systems to check online availability and do the bookings. This also helped the travel agents to integrate these XMLs (GDS system) on their own website in the form of API's to get their airline booking system / hotel booking system operational for B2C users.
  • 5. GDS Systems’ Benefits - • Automatic Content Update Integrating GDS system allows the update of inventory information (availability / pricing) automatically. All the agents and B2C users, get the same seamless information.
  • 6. GDS Systems’ Benefits - • Own White label Solution As the travel industry is changing to online mode from offline, travel agents have started asking for while label software / white label solution from the hotel suppliers and GDS system providers to sell the hotels and airline / flight tickets with their own brands, logo and contact information.
  • 7. GDS Systems’ Benefits - • 24x7 Bookings Worldwide By having global distribution connectivity to more and more travel agents, customers and corporate across the world can view and book flight, hotel, tours and transfers on 24 X 7 basis. Broadened Market Reach GDS system is extensively used to broaden the market reach. A single global distribution system is connected through several B2B, B2C, B2E and B2B2C websites.
  • 8. Service Modules IncreasedVisitors Flight Module Transfers Module Increased Bookings through GDS System Integration Hotel Module
  • 9. GDS Booking System More hits on clients’ website and thus more conversion GDS System 1.5 months 3 months 4.5 months
  • 10. Satisfied Customers !!!
  • 11. GDS SYSTEM INTEGRATION COMPANY PROVAB TECHNOSOFT www.provab.com info@provab.com GET A PROJECT QUOTE– http://www.provab.com/get_quote.html