Aviation: Passenger airlines, cargo airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers and suppliers, and aviation-related industries, such as aircraft maintenance
Shipping: Shipping companies, ports and shipbuilding companies
Public transportation: Railway, subway, public transport providers and transport equipment manufacturers
Logistics: Logistics service providers, express companies and post
Tourism: Tour operators, hotels and resorts
Government: All government-led projects related to the above industries Some may wonder of the tourism industry is a success or failure; it ultimately rests on the ability to sell. A salesperson covers a wide range of positions …show more content…
The Market wisdom today suggests that hospitality companies must embrace technology to compete against traditional competitors, as well as entrants that build their businesses with the latest technology. In this changing environment, new models of distribution must be designed to lead the charge. A strategic information management function should facilitate the business mission of its enterprise through achieved information, managed processes, and managed Information Technology (IT).
Current applications of computer technology in the hospitality and tourism industries can be grouped into three main areas, operational, guest