Oman’s leading travel management agency, Khimji’s House of Travel has extended its partnership with Spanish leading travel technology firm Amadeus in order to accelerate its digital transformation and the growth of integrated travel services.
Since 2012, Amadeus has partnered with the agency to help it improve its role in Oman’s travel and tourism market and grow across the sultanate.
The Omani agency will use Amadeus Web Services and its low-fare search technology, which provides a single point of access to the entire range of Amadeus’ comprehensive content and a cost-effective way to build and update the agency’s customized travel booking applications, according to the company statement.
Khimji’s House of Travel is also benefiting from leading digital solutions within Amadeus’ flagship portfolio. Most notably, MasterPricer travel board, Amadeus Online Corporate Traveller, and a set of automation scripts that are enabling the delivery of an enhanced customer experience for Khimji’s travelers.
“One of the pillars of our success has been an unwavering focus on digital transformation and innovation. We have developed state-of-the-art service platforms with the support and expertise of Amadeus – a pioneer of the global travel industry. Our experience means we can completely trust Amadeus to offer solutions that ensure we exceed our customers’ expectations. This is especially important considering the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as we strive to give confidence to the local travel market.”
“Our priority in Oman has always been on maintaining strong, long-lasting relationships with our customers. Khimji’s House of Travel is a great example of how to trust built over time brings dividends to our customers and the travelers they serve. We are determined to keep delivering digital solutions that enable the agency to offer its customers an even more rewarding and seamless, travel experience,” said Ernesto Sanchez Beaumont, Managing Director of Amadeus Gulf.
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