Amidst a raging debate about whether or not India has the abilities to produce world-class software products, Chennai -based travel technology firm Infiniti Software Solutions has bagged an enviable partnership with global industry giant Sabre solely on the strength of its innovations.
Infiniti Software Solutions, started in 2005 and headed by IIT alumnus Ananth Narasimhan, has entered into an agreement with Sabre to cater to the latter's present and prospective global clientele. Under the strategic agreement, Sabre will leverage Infiniti's flagship software for group revenue management to further automate and expand capabilities within the Sabre AirVision Commercial Planning suite.
Infiniti's group revenue management solution, GroupRM, allows airlines to efficiently manage group requisitions, pricing, negotiations, payment and fulfillment through a single and simple web-based interface. The robust and configurable tool also facilitates optimization of group revenue management across all revenue streams including fares, ancillaries and partnerships. Read more
Chennai-based Infiniti Software Solutions, a travel management company, recently organised a symposium, 'Bottom Line Basics', on automation of corporate travel and expense management solutions in New Delhi. This was the first time Infiniti was oranising a symposium in the capital city. The symposium discussed how online travel and expense management tools help improve revenue. Forty two delegates from Delhi and NCR region attended the symposium.
Ananth Narasimhan, Managing Director and CEO, Infiniti Software Solutions; Gautam Ramanujan, Chief Commercial Officer, Infiniti Software Solutions; Anand Bansal, Vice-President, Facilities and Administration, Info Edge India Ltd. (Naukri.com), New Delhi; Sanjay Pai, Head � Travel, Larsen and Toubro Limited, Mumbai; and Shirish Bhandari, Product Head Corporate and Travel Cards at ICICI Bank Ltd attended the symposium.
Narasimhan spoke about the role of automation in travel and expense management. He talked about how traditional systems may have loopholes that allow fraudulent expense claims to slip through. "Automating these processes not only saves time, it also ensures higher policy compliance among employees and quick reimbursements, thus reducing employee attrition rates," added Narasimhan. Read more