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  • The Global Online Travel Agency

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    online travel agency (OTA) that uses state-of-the art technology to allow leisure and business travelers to research, plan, and book a wide range of travel services. Orbitz maintains and operates a group of consumer brands that includes Orbitz, CheapTickets, ebookers, HotelClub, RatesToGo, the Away Network, and the corporate travel brand Orbitz for Business. In their Chicago headquarters Orbitz has 800 employees and 1,500 employees worldwide with offices in 20 countries Orbitz was initially created

  • Netw600 Capstone Paper

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    NETW600 Telecommunications Capstone Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Project Background 3 Industry 3 Trends and Projections 4 Competition 5 Strength 5 Weakness 5 Opportunity 5 Threats 5 Problem and Definition 6 Problem 1: Infrastructure 6 Problem 1.1 Cabling 6 Problem 1.2 Disaster Recovery 6 Problem 1.3 Equipment Life Cycles 6 Problem 2: Security 7 Problem 3: No Internal VoIP 7 Problem 4: Inability to Switch to Telecommute Employees 7 Project Overview 8

  • The Discount Travel Websites Of Kayak.com And Sidestep.com

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    this information. It also offers deals that are available for users to take advantage. One is able to look at pricing for any flight available to a destination, and is able to check the price for it on several different sites, including Orbitz, CheapTickets, and even the airline itself. This site offers a listing, a matrix, and a chart in which to view the selected flights. For hotels it offers a listing, a map, or photos. The other unique thing about the site it that it has sliders allow one to move

  • E Commerce Retailing And Services Essay

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    E-commerce Retailing and Services 1. Describe three techniques retail merchants use to integrate their online and offline sales channel beyond having an online store. The offline retailers diversify their marketing strategy to succeed on the web. Consumers use computers, tablets, and mobile devices to find the lowest-cost products and to complete a retail transaction. Thus, the retailers have developed a marketing strategy to integrate the online and offline experiences. The three techniques that

  • Swot Analyses for Tui

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    Porters five forces for Expedia Chapter 1 – American Airlines * PEST Analysis The utilization of a PEST analysis with regard to American Airlines takes into account the political, economic, social and technological (NetMBA, 2004) environment the industry is embroiled in and how this has, is and will threaten to impact its operations and profitability. It must be remembered that the  number of possibilities concerning macro-environmental aspects is almost limitless, thus concentration

  • Porter's 5 Forces on Orbitz

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    global online travel agency (OTA) that uses innovative technology to enable leisure and business travelers to research, plan, and book a broad range of travel services. Orbitz owns and operates a portfolio of consumer brands that includes Orbitz, CheapTickets, ebookers, HotelClub, RatesToGo, the Away Network, and the corporate travel brand Orbitz for Business. Orbitz has 800 employees in their Chicago headquarters and 1,500 employees worldwide with offices in 20 countries. In this report we discuss

  • Allegiant Travel Company Analysis

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    Executive Summary Allegiant Travel Company, parent company of Allegiant Air, is a low-cost airline carrierthat caters exclusively to the leisure traveler. There are currently 980 employees that manage the whole company (allegiantair.com). They are known for their innovative and sustainable business models based on keeping fares low and providing additional services for customers. Throughout the years, Allegiant has been operating by providing one-way tickets to and from its “focus centers” which

  • Airline Industry Analysis

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    Analysis of the Airline Industry Marketing Management Fall II December 8, 2003 Table of Contents Environment……………….…………………………………………………….. 3 Demand…………………….…………………………………………………….. 6 Competition………………..…………………………………………………….. 7 Product……………………..…………………………………………………….. 9 Pricing……………………………………………………………………………. 11 Placement/Distribution………………………………………………..…………. 14 Promotion………………………………………………………………………… 16 Conclusions………………………………………………………………………. 17 References………………………………………………………………………

  • Marketing and E-commerce Business

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    Complete Listing of Chapter Opening Cases, Insight Cases, E-commerce in Action Cases, and Case Studies CHAPTER 1 THE REVOLUTION IS JUST BEGINNING Opening Case: Pinterest: A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words Insight on Technology: Will Apps Make the Web Irrelevant? Insight on Business: Start-Up Boot Camp Insight on Society: Facebook and the Age of Privacy Case Study: The Pirate Bay: Searching for a Safe Haven CHAPTER 2 E-COMMERCE BUSINESS MODELS AND CONCEPTS Opening Case: Twitter’s Business

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