On the way back from a business trip I was reflecting on how simple it is today to plan and realize a trip. A few clicks and that’s it. It couldn’t have been simpler. The travel industry has been changing like never before. And I realized that in my journey with Mindtree spanning more than ten years, we have been no strangers to the world of Travel & Transportation and the changes within it.
Having spent the better part of the last decade helping the leaders in this domain realize more value from their IT strategies, we now pride ourselves on helping them maneuver change as they take the leap to growth.
We have seen successful engagements with some of the largest organizations in the travel domain around the world. Along the way we answered questions that are operational, strategic, complex, mission-critical or even intricately technical. Whether it’s building a mission critical system to do flight planning that ensures safety of over 100 million passengers or eCommerce solutions for a global audience. We have been a part of the change.
Our client portfolio encompasses airlines, car rentals, hotels, technology solution providers in the travel space, leisure companies, GDSs, and agencies amongst others. Our focus has been to help them develop, deploy, and support information systems with a time-tested outsourcing model. I intend to share more of our experiences, best practices, and insights gained over the years through this blog. This blog will hopefully become a knowledge well of learnings, thoughts, and ideas coming from intriguing world of Travel.
As part of our endeavor to work with new challenges and remain abreast with the latest developments in the Travel & Transportation world, we continue to traverse the globe at some of the biggest events in the industry. In fact, we are one of the sponsors at the EyeforTravel’s Travel Distribution Summit in Chicago on October 13-14th. I would like to extend a warm invite to the same. Click here to know more about the event.
I look forward to your interaction on this blog as we continue our journey through technology, change, and new relationships. I welcome your comments/suggestions to make this blog an interactive one.