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dcs plus opens a new office in Gurgaon

In times when travel industry across the globe is facing unprecedented economic challenges, dcs plus continues its global expansion and is proud to announce the official opening of the newest regional office in Gurgaon, India.

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dcs plus agrees reseller partnership with Element Travel Technology

dcs plus entered a Value Added Reseller (VAR) agreement with Element Travel Technology, the provider of cutting edge travel technology to Travel Management Companies. As a result of this partnership, Elementtech is now providing TINA automation teccnology to TMCs accross Europe.

Topics: erp travel technology travel erp TMC TINA

dcs plus expands its reach in APAC with a new office in Singapore

dcs plus has strengthened its Asia Pacific presence with the opening of an office in Singapore, in Suntec City, a greater strategic standpoint in serving the needs of APAC customers, as well as supporting the business’ growth and objectives for the region.

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dcs plus expands its reach in LATAM

This year, dcs plus accomplished a part of its global expansion plans with the recent opening of another office in Sao Paulo, Brazil. These new locations will complement the company’s already established presence within Europe and the Middle East and will be followed by others in the upcoming period.

dcs plus joins forces with GlobalStar Travel Management

GlobalStar Travel Management has partnered with dcs plus to empower travel agencies from the network with complete travel technology, from mid-back office system, to travel content aggregation and distribution software, corporate self booking tool and B2C platform.

dcs plus TINA Software Covers New GCC Tax Regulations

As of January 2018, all member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will introduce VAT (Value Added Tax), as per the VAT Framework Treaty signed in October 2016. Businesses with operations in the GCC countries will be impacted by the introduction of VAT, a fundamental change to business operations in a region with little history of taxation.  The hospitality and leisure industries are likely to be affected, as the GCC countries have collectively host millions of tourists annually.

Topics: erp vat gcc

dcs plus at Phocuswright Europe 2017

Between 16 - 18 May 2017, our team participated for the first time at Phocuswright Europe which took place in Amsterdam.  Our colleagues had a great time discussing great ideas and debating the hottest travel topics in travel and tourism industry. 

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dcs plus welcomes Credo Ventures Capital

dcs plus, a leading travel technology company welcomes Credo Ventures – a venture capital company focused on investments in Central and Eastern Europe – as a new investor in the company.  

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Travel technology firm dcs plus to participate in Arabian Travel Market

dcs plus, a leading travel technology company that provides enterprise technology solutions for the travel and tourism industry, is returning to Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2017 for the fifth consecutive year, showcasing the latest version of its flagship product, TINA. TINA is the travel ERP used by many members of global Travel Management Companies (TMCs) including Lufthansa City Center, BCD Travel, Egencia, GlobalStar, HRG, FCM Travel Solutions, Radius Travel, American Express and Uniglobe.

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Skift - The New Wave of Booking Tech That’s Disrupting How Airlines Sell Tickets

Airlines are using new channels, such as Facebook chat and other airlines’ websites, to sell their seats and other products. Some are turning to startups for help, rather than rely only on establishment vendors.

Airlines have tended to only use IT systems that have been around for decades. This has been particularly true of the booking engines on their websites that consumers and corporate travel managers use to buy tickets.

When it comes to their internet booking engines, airlines have typically turned to established well-known technology developers.

Yet today airlines are experimenting with new ways to sell tickets. They are trying new channels, such as chat-based interfaces like like Facebook Messenger and the websites of airlines that they have co-marketing partnerships with.

Topics: emirates direct connect lufthansa direct connect dcsplus in Skift airline direct connect technology