Travel Domain Expert GDS, Sabre,Amadeus,Travelport...
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I have 7 years of extensive experience in travel domain with multiple web modules designed for various GDS and core Airlines business.
As a software developer i am acutely aware that information technology influences the performance of any organization and also offer a wide range of software development services ranging from application software development to Agile development and based on new technologies that help them to remain one step ahead with their competitors. I am also ready to take up any project of any degree of complexity and deliver it to you within the specified terms and more importantly within the stated budget.
I have a more than 7 years of experience in Microsoft Technologies. Extensive experience with analysis, design, development, customizations and implementation of software applications. I focus on quality and efficiency and i bear the full responsibility for the successful completion of your project. ihave expertize in working with a variety of customers from companies to individuals.
Web DevelopmentXML API Integration ,Travel GDS(Amadeus,Worldspan,Sabre,Travelport) Integration (Both B2B and B2C) ,Expedia,Priceline Integration, Payment Gateways Integration Low Cost Airline GDS Integration Project Management
I am Travel & E-Commerce Expert worked on various solutions so far. My expertise helps my client to make Travel solutions in various languages & platforms.
I have developed multilingual (Arabic, English , Korean etc.)Websites
Flights: Sabre, Worldspan Travelport, Galileo Travelport, Amadeus
Hotels: Sabre, Galileo, Amadeus, Hotels Pro, Rooms XML, Booking.com, Expedia
Car: Sabre, Amadeus, Holiday Cars
Payment Gateways: Paypal , DataTrans, HDFC, AMEX, Citibank, Klarna, Omni, Sofort, Dibs, Cash, Billdesk, Netbanking, and EMI
Worked on back office and front office tools used for reporting & Booking systems to enable B2B and B2C needs.
Travel connects hotel, train, cruises, car and various domains via CRS and PMS. I personally believe if we make anything new at this point of time then it must use current best practices. This will make its maintenance good for you in future.