South East Travel joins Amadeus to grow its footprint in Taiwan
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South East Travel joins Amadeus to grow its footprint in Taiwan

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10-18-2023
 
South East Travel, a leading travel agency in Taiwan, is working with travel technology provider Amadeus to grow its footprint in Taiwan and across Asia Pacific. It has signed a strategic partnership which will see South East Travel implement New Distribution Capability (NDC) as well as Master Pricer Instant Search to enhance its retailing capabilities.

This partnership will ensure South East Travel can provide richer, NDC-sourced content that is available on Amadeus Travel Platform using the Amadeus Travel API, to its customers in Asia Pacific. This NDC-enabled solution delivers a holistic, end-to-end integration that allows travel sellers to not only search, book and service NDC-sourced content at scale, but also to compare it alongside other types of content in one merged display, and with a deep integration into the existing travel seller ecosystem for maximum efficiency.
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