Amadeus revealed Friday that the InterContinental rollout, which previously had been slated to take place in 2018, would now be delayed until 2019 at the request of the hotel chain. But if the delay were to be seen as a momentum killer, Amadeus officials pointed to another win, albeit a smaller one than for InterContinental Hotels Group. The Premier Inn hotel chain, owned by Whitbread Group, said it will roll out Amadeus’ combined central reservation system, property management system, and its payment system across its 765 properties. The goal is that by integrating systems, Premier Inn will see its corporate and property information — such as vacancies and rates and availabilities - sync up in real time, unlike today. Get the full story at Skift and Amadeus