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Information technology and the reengineering of tourism

Authors: 
D. Buhalis, J. Jafari, H. Werthner
Publisher: 
Annals of Tourism Research, 24-1
Proceedings: 
Pages: 
245 - 247
Year: 
1997
Type: 
Journal article
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Department Focus: 
TU Focus: 
Information and Communication Technology
ISBN: 
Abstract: 
ENTER 96-the International Conference on Information and Telecommunication Technologies in the Field of Tourism-was dedicated to reengineering in the tourism industry in light of the revolutionary capabilities emerging through information and communications technologies. ENTER (named after the computer keyboard┬┤s "Enter" return key), now in its third year, has established itself as an annual forum where technology experts interact with tourism academics and professionals interested in how the new information technologies can be utilized to enhance the operation of tourism, leading to both increased productivity and to tourist satisfaction. The 1996 conference (January 17-19), similar to its predecessors, took place in Innsbruck, Austria.
Abstract German: 
ENTER 96-the International Conference on Information and Telecommunication Technologies in the Field of Tourism-was dedicated to reengineering in the tourism industry in light of the revolutionary capabilities emerging through information and communications technologies. ENTER (named after the computer keyboard┬┤s "Enter" return key), now in its third year, has established itself as an annual forum where technology experts interact with tourism academics and professionals interested in how the new information technologies can be utilized to enhance the operation of tourism, leading to both increased productivity and to tourist satisfaction. The 1996 conference (January 17-19), similar to its predecessors, took place in Innsbruck, Austria.