◊ Windows XP/2003/Vista
◊ .NET 2.0, C#, ASP.NET 2.0
◊ Web Services
◊ Extensible Markup Language (XML)
◊ Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
◊ Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
◊ Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI) and in compliant with
Open Travel Alliance (OTA) standard XML schemas
◊ GDS XML/API Travel Gateway
◊ Windows CE all versions, Windows
◊ Mobile 5.0, Pocket PC 2002 and above.
◊ Compact Framework
◊Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005
◊ Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox
◊ Netscape, Opera, Google Chrome
See also :
GDS & Non-GDS /XML-API Travel Gateway
Travel portals and Online booking tools needs to pull data from multiple data sources.
These may be GDS data as well as Non-GDS data and some may be using Web Services
and others maybe on API or XML model. There is no “one size fits all”
approach in this case and a lot of effort goes into customising the application
for accommodating a new content provider. This makes the application not stable
and scalability is always a headache.
Our team of designers came up with a unique GDS & Non-GDS /XML-API Travel Gateway
that will allow the integration of data from GDS like Galileo, Amadeus, Sabre, World
Span etc and also Non-GDS carriers like Ryan Air, JetBlue, BMI etc. Non-flight components
like Hotels, Cars, Transfers, Sightseeing, Hostels, Insurance etc can also be integrated
The Gateway acts like a switch in such a way that you can literally turn ON/OFF
each of these independent data suppliers as you wish. The other unique feature is
that results from multiple GDS can be shown on one single screen itself.
The provision for accommodating travel agencies with the Single Agency – Multi
Branch as well as the Multiple Agency – Multi Branch is another striking facility
of this Gateway.
The OTA framework and the application are developed based on the N-Tier Client-Server
architecture, which supports multi server deployment and load balancing.