Oman’s Khimji’s House of Travel expands technology partnership with Amadeus

By Arun Shankar   18 May, 2018
Oman’s Khimji’s House of Travel expands technology partnership with Amadeus

Khimji’s House of Travel will be able to leverage Amadeus’ flagship products to deliver a superior level of service experience to their customers.

Amadeus, a global technology provider for the travel industry, announced the renewal of its partnership with Khimji’s House of Travel, one of the leading travel agencies in Oman. Khimji’s House of Travel will be able to leverage Amadeus’ flagship products to deliver a superior level of service experience to their customers, making their journeys seamless during the whole trip process.

Amadeus will provide Khimji’s House of Travel with solutions such as:

  • Amadeus Fare Optimiser, which enables travel agents to discover the best flight fares.
  • Amadeus Online Corporate Traveller to manage corporate travellers, reduce business travel costs, increase policy compliance, and streamline the travel management processes.
  • Amadeus e-Power to drive its online aspirations and provide rich contents 24/7 to the customers.
  • Amadeus Travel Alerts Notifier, which keeps travellers informed about their booking up to their arrival back home, and more.

Cashio Vettom, General Manager at Khimji’s House of Travel, said: “We continuously seek ways in which to enhance our customer offering. By partnering with Amadeus, we are expanding our core capabilities to provide the best experience to our customers, by using automated systems and programmes that increase our own efficiencies. We are looking forward to sharing the benefits of this partnership with consumers across the Sultanate.”

Louis Arnaud, Country Manager, Sultanate of Oman at Amadeus Gulf, said: “Oman is an exciting market with a strong tourism sector, both for incoming and outgoing travel. Through our partnership, we look forward to working with Khimji’s House of Travel in order to offer a superior level of service, using smart solutions that shape the future of travel.”

According a recent report revealed by the Colliers International, Oman’s tourism industry is expected to grow by 13% between 2018 and 2021.


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