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In 2000, GDS International launched its first senior executive summit under the 'Next Generation' banner, which became the catalyst for a decade-and-a-half of rapid growth and a portfolio of hugely successful products.
Established in 2001, GDS is now serving one-third of leading financial institutions and top Internet companies in China.
The whole situation resulting instead of savings for PIA is turning into restricted distribution of its own content and a push for other Airlines to be sold on that particular GDS.
Khan, GDS general manager, said: 'The company was able to record a 20 per cent year-on-year growth in 2009 and this trend is seen to be continuing in 2010 with the company bagging several important projects.
In a clear demonstration of enhanced commitment to a region where it is has been the preferred GDS for almost two decades, the company revealed plans in June to refine its distributor relationships and to establish a new, direct network for travel agents in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
The solution includes tools to develop an implementation plan based on individual organizational strategic goals, a benefits calculator to measure and compare goal-specific benefits attributable to GDS implementation, step-by-step instruction at each level of GDSLaunch Pad interaction, and recommended studies and white papers to help educate organizations about GDS.
It is the bedrock on which we have built our reputation, " says Spencer Green, chairman, GDS International.
A recent study evaluated the feasibility of introducing a basket of standardized assessment scales including the GDS and PGCMS, into acute hospital care of elderly people.
Providers of global distribution systems (GDS) Travelport announced on Monday a partnership with travel company Thomas Cook Group plc (LSE:TCG) as its GDS provider in the UK.
Both companies' hotels will now be available on Travelport's Galileo and Worldspan GDS platforms.
Last year, the company announced its intention to make a multi-million dollar investment in the region establishing a new, highly efficient direct support network for travel agents in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt as well as refining its distributor relationships in other key markets in order to cement its position as the preferred GDS in the region.
GDS is a subsidiary of M'Sharie, the private equity arm of Dubai Investments.