Get on board for e-travel innovation

Warren, Liz
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/27/2007, p41
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs from the computer industry. It is informed that travel and transport firms are becoming increasingly reliant on online systems, putting information technology staff in a strong position to seize the business initiative. Opodo, an online travel agent operating in nine European countries, has included a software developer in its marketing team. Tayo Oseni-Alexis, who works at Transport for London, also works from within the marketing department.


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