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TPConnects certified as Emirates’ technology partner

Posted 22 February 2021 · Add Comment

TPConnects, an IATA NDC Dual Level 4 Certified IT Provider and Aggregator, has been certified as a technology partner for Emirates, enable travel service providers to seamlessly integrate with Emirates Gateway, the airline’s proprietary platform developed using IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standards.

TPConnects certified as Emirates’ technology partner.  Image:  Emirates

Commenting on the partnership, Emirates said, "With the launch of Emirates Gateway, we are continuing to invest our efforts in streamlining the onboarding process and ensuring smooth and seamless integration. As we take steps to fulfil our NDC strategy, a technology partner like TPConnects brings reach and scale to the table with their in-depth knowledge, domain expertise and connectivity. While the demand for air travel picks up, we want our travel partners to take advantage of the capabilities of the NDC-enabled platform so that they are equipped to elevate customer experience and manage customer expectations in an ever-changing environment."

 

Rajendran Vellapalath, CEO of TPConnects, said” "As a homegrown brand, we are delighted to partner with Emirates to introduce and accelerate the adoption of its bespoke NDC-enabled platform. Our expertise and experience as a leading provider of innovative travel technology solutions hold us in good stead as we collaborate with the airline to help boost their retailing business. We are confident that the capabilities and flexibility offered via TPConnects NDC Aggregator Platform, NDC API solution and NDCMarketplace.com, our exclusive NDC-enabled retailing and distribution technology, will deliver richer customer experience as it presents opportunities for travel sellers to capitalise on the full range of Emirates products and services.”

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