The travel company said it signed the new long-term agreement with Amadeus following a “comprehensive evaluation to identify a GDS provider that would best align with its evolving business dynamics”.
“Technology transformation is a strategic focus area for us at Thomas Cook India and we see Amadeus as a key enabler in this journey,” said Amit Madhan, Thomas Cook India’s chief operating officer of IT & e-services.
“Its suite of technology solutions and add on products driving automation and catalysing efficiencies and productivity across our Thomas Cook India enterprise.
“We believe that our partnership with Amadeus will be key in ensuring cutting edge solutions to delight our customers and maintain our leadership in the travel domain,” he added.
Thomas Cook India now operates from 234 locations, including 23 airport counters, in 96 cities across India, Mauritius and Sri Lanka.