Global Innovations’ plans for the upcoming ATM

Kabir Al Baig is the man behind the successful travel technology firm, Global Innovations International, which has been growing stronger by the day. The travel and tourism technology firm, which provides indigenous solutions to the trade, has some major announcements lined up for the upcoming Arabian Travel Market (ATM).

The company would be endorsing their travel software, Tasspro at the ATM. “We would targeting the medium and small sized tour operators and DMCs with Tasspro,” said Baig, CEO of the firm. Global Innovations is also planning to launch a product for the Saudi Arabian market. “We will be showcasing our new turnkey solution only for the Haj and Umrah agents in KSA. There are a few customers who are ready to sign the contract at the ATM itself,” he said.

After opening their offices in Jeddah and Riyadh, Global Innovations has bigger plans for Qatar. Baig also disclosed that they have signed up for a European plug in product.

“It is a product which can be used by big or small time hotels. The product can interact with any communication platform,” said Baig.

They also will launch their HR module designed exclusively for the travel trade. “No travel technology firm has ever developed a product which can handle the HR needs. The product we have come up with is tailor-made for the tourism trade,” he said.

The firm has the complete array of turnkey solutions exclusively for the travel trade ranging from accounts to human resources. “We provide Dubai-based comprehensive solutions which are made and developed for the local inbound trade,” added Baig.

While the firm constantly updates their platforms, Baig firmly believes it is the wishlist of customers that triggered the idea of Global Innovations. According to him the focal point is always the requirements of the clients. “When a customer tells me he wishes to have a particular functionality, we make it our priority to provide it in the next release,” he said.

The firm boasts of clients such as Sharaf Tours, Royal Arabian, Travco, Orient Tours and Arabian Night Tours. “We provide software solutions for inbound tourism and have around 35 clients at the moment. We share an excellent relationship with all of them,” informed Baig.

While bidding goodbye he insisted the company would be expanding its presence in Dubai with a significant increase in their clientele. “We will be strengthening our research and development department as well.”