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Kanoo Travel signs agreement with Amadeus

July 4th - Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, announced a three-year partnership agreement with Kanoo Travel, the largest travel company in the Middle East.
Under this agreement, Kanoo has chosen Amadeus' e-Travel Management, the widely deployed online booking solution for managed travel, for its corporate travel services in the Middle East.


Amadeus e-Travel Management helps companies increase business travel programme compliance, reduce total travel spend and drive online adoption. Available in 12 languages, the global platform is easily adapted to local needs. Its low-fare search capabilities ensure corporate travelers have a wide choice of travel options.


This agreement demonstrates Kanoo's commitment to enhance the value it already provides corporate clients by integrating Amadeus e-Travel Management, Amadeus's award-winning globally distributed self-booking solution, into Kanoo's portfolio of solutions.

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