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What’s that? There's another New Zealand company taking digital world by storm?
Home-grown Kiwi tech firm Serko, which listed on the NZX last year, announced a major new deal with Expedia this week, with CEO Darrin Grafton branding the deal a “game-changer” in the industry.
“Expedia is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, brand name in online travel globally, and is universally recognised as a leader in the space,” says Grafton, speaking exclusively to Computerworld New Zealand.
“Expedia also own WOTIF, another local success story that Kiwis have had a love affair with for a number of years now.”
For Grafton, the deal with Serko is an “important one” because as for the first time, Expedia has agreed to offer their hotel inventory, under the Expedia and WOTIF mastheads, to a company that sits outside of its immediate family of brands, which include Travelocity, Hotels.com and Trivago.
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