The company also noted that it’s taking a different path from Amadeus and Sabre, which operate the first- and second-place passenger services systems in the world and have substantial hotel IT units. “We have chosen not to focus our resources on more capital and labor intensive airline and hospitality related IT solutions,” Travelport said. “Instead, we focus on distribution products and payment-related solutions. Our ability to offer differentiated, high-value products and services allows us to shift the focus of our dialogue with travel providers from price to value, leading to higher RevPas,” a metric the company defines as average transaction processing revenue divided by the number of segments. Travelport claimed to have “the largest inventory of hotel properties on any travel platform in the world.” Its strategy to grow in hospitality distribution is also focused on delivering corporate access to aggregated hotel content, it said. Get the full story at Travel Market Report