India witnessing gradual rise in adoption of tech advancements in travel: Report

India witnessing gradual rise in adoption of tech advancements in travel: Report

India is witnessing a gradual rise in the adoption of technological advancements in the field of travel which have led to the birth of ‘digi-smart Indian business traveller’.

According to FCM Travel Solutions, the Indian subsidiary of Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG), Australia and KPMG report titled ‘The Digi-Smart Indian Business Traveller’ released on Tuesday, business travellers are increasingly veering towards technology for virtually all answers for their travel needs.

Thus, leading to the emergence of a new age digi-smart business traveller, that implies “a technology-empowered traveller, who leverages technological touch points and tools to minimise encumbrances in his travel journey, improves his/her travel experience while also ensuring a safe, compliant and cost -effective business travel.

Rakshit Desai, Managing Director, FCM Travel Solutions, Indian subsidiary of FCTG, Australia, said, “Digital technology today is rapidly growing. Rapid penetration of smart phones, Near Field Communication, in flight WI-FI, faster networks and many such advances are only accelerating the penetration of technology into every aspect of travel.

 

News Source: UNI

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