ZURICH/ST. MAARTEN – “Merchandising concept – combining efforts of airlines, airports and hotels” will be presented by Andreas Wunderli during the Caribbean Aviation Meet-up in St. Maarten, June 13-15.
Wunderli, a native of Switzerland and representing Travel Commerce Solutions (http://www.tc.solutions)/, will join the conference to present concepts that help airlines and travel vendors increase revenue through dynamic bundling along with sales of ancillary products.
As airlines embrace e-commerce technology with complete support from IATA (under their initiative NDC & ONE Order), it opens up possibilities to work with other travel-related vendors such as Hotels, Airport, Cars and Insurance.
Using new technology data exchange standards, travel vendors will be able to combine products and services from multiple sources in real time and make one single offer towards the customer.
“We from Travel Commerce Solutions help you to transform your travel business to the new Digital Travel enterprise,” said Wunderli. His experience covers over 30 years Revenue Management, Distribution, Sales and Consulting in commercial Aviation and Tour Operator business.
About Travel Commerce Solutions
They are changing the travel industry by embracing the concepts of e-Commerce and simplifying travel business processes. Their solution t-Commerce is the ultimate 360 Digital Retailing and Merchandising Solution for airlines and travel vendors to effectively manage their offers, orders, profiles and channels via a fully integrated suite of product, supporting the end to end customer journey.
About Caribbean Aviation Meet-up
The 2nd annual Caribbean Aviation Meet-up conference differs from most other events, because it puts the emphasis on experience exchange, interaction and participation, rather than on listening to speakers’ or company’s achievements.
It is the perfect opportunity for face-to-face business discussions and comprehensive group opinion exchanges on sector-specific topics. The result is a proactive platform upon which successful networking can be built. It will provide impulses for new business developments and industry investments. It will accommodate a new attitude towards positive development and impact of airlift.
Twenty-seven speakers from as far as New Zealand are contributing to the program that will be followed by participants from 29 countries and territories. The conference will be held June 13-15 on St. Maarten and is hosted by Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA).