Reltio Achieves AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency Status
The designation recognizes that Reltio has established AWS technical expertise and proven industry-specific customer success.
FREMONT, CA: Reltio, a Saas company, announced that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Travel and Hospitality Competency status. "We are proud to be a launch partner for this new AWS Competency and be recognized for our industry's first cloud-native master data management platform for enterprise data at scale, a critical requirement to connect with travelers and guests. By using this data, Travel & Hospitality innovators are quickly adapting business models and introducing new products and services, while protecting customer relationships which will benefit them once the pandemic abates," said Manish Sood, CTO, Founder and Chairman, Reltio.
AWS helps global travel and hospitality firms of every size and service to stay agile and hasten innovation. These include airports, airlines, ground transportation, travel services and sellers, restaurants, entertainment venues, lodging, casinos, cruise lines, and technology providers. AWS helps customers succeed by connecting them to AWS Partners with deep AWS experience and a proven track record for serving travel and hospitality companies be resilient in the long run.
Key features of the achievement:
• This designation recognizes that Reltio has established AWS technical expertise and proven industry-specific customer success.
• The AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency differentiates Reltio and raises the multidomain cloud-native master data management firm's visibility with more than 1,000,000 AWS customers.
• The launch of the program comes at a crucial time when hotels, airlines, restaurants, and tourism-related businesses familiarize themselves to new consumer behaviors amid the COVID-19 crisis.
• Shared AWS and Reltio innovators in the group are employing business models and introducing new products and services with data insights.
"Travel and hospitality companies are looking to transform their business with AWS. To help customers make the right choices when finding the most qualified AWS Partner for the job, we launched the AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency," said David Peller, Managing Director, Travel and Hospitality, Amazon Web Services. "These AWS Partners are vetted by AWS for their technology capabilities and have a track record of success in the travel and hospitality industry and we are delighted to include Reltio them in the launch of the AWS Travel and Hospitality Competency. We look forward to innovating together and continuing to serve the industry to help shape the way we fly, stay, eat, and experience the world in the years to come."
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