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eTourism strategic and tactical impacts of information communication technologies for tourism

Dimitrios Buhalis
2020
ICTs will increasingly determine the ability of principles to distribute their product efficiently and to communicate interactively with their clientele.  ...  suitable products and perform reservations.  ...  RT&D 1 eTourism -demand and technology driven revolution I nformation Communication Technologies (ICTs) provide a powerful tool that can bring great advantages in promoting and strengthening the tourism  ... 
doi:10.34624/rtd.v0i1.14311 fatcat:6ahh54xxhfh5poirzi6wl2cghe

E-tourism developments in Greece: Information communication technologies adoption for the strategic management of the Greek tourism industry

Dimitrios Buhalis, Ourania Deimezi
2004 Tourism and Hospitality Research  
Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) have revolutionised the travel industry in the last decade. eTourism reflects the digitalisation of all processes and value chains in the tourism, travel,  ...  It emerges as a term describing the entire range of applications of ICTs on tourism and the implications for the tourism value chain.  ...  Introduction Tourism as an industry requires a diverse range of information and lends itself well to the support offered by developing multimedia, communication technologies and information systems (Sheldon  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.thr.6040011 fatcat:cz5urx3qlzcjvhzznwggdjzqeu

E-TOURISM SERVICES IN POLISH TOURISTS' OPINIONS

Joanna Papińska-Kacperek
2013 Problems of Management in the 21st Century  
Whereas many applications and devices are applied in tourism, like the audio guides and mobile guides (sometimes with augmented reality functions), electronic cards in museums, 2D codes systems, web pages  ...  Google Street View), social network sites recommendation, and profiles of cities on social networks sites like Facebook.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements to Dr Ewa Krok (Szczecin University) and Dr Anna Scheibe (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan) for inviting their students to participate in the web questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.33225/pmc/13.07.33 fatcat:qucqlejcuvab3ghkzfvlywt5xy

Das UIMS THESEUS [chapter]

Matthias Muth, Thomas Neumann
1989 GI — 19. Jahrestagung I  
OnTheMove architecture is based on the latest research and OnTheMove is the only project in ACTS demonstrating UMTS-based middleware for client server systems.  ...  This architecture includes a mobile application programming interface, Mobile API, that hides the heterogeneity of underlying networks and user equipment as well as the mobility related functions as such.The  ...  (Multimedia Chain Integration for Multimedia Commerce) INFMM2008 MULTICOM Multimedia Commentary and Communication Service on the CE mark Described elsewhere in this document.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-75177-6_15 dblp:conf/gi/MuthN89 fatcat:ompftklj4jafnmlua7v64pzouq

THE ROLE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TRANSFORMATION OF TOURISM BUSINESS AND MARKETS УЛОГА ИНФОРМАЦИОНО-КОМУНИКАЦИОНИХ ТЕХНОЛОГИЈА У ТРАНСФОРМАЦИЈИ ТУРИСТИЧКОГ ПОСЛОВАЊА И ТРЖИШТА

Тeme, Xli
2017 unpublished
These characteristics of the tourism market and products put information and communication technology (ICT) in the foreground.  ...  formation of information and value chains in which each participant adds significant value for the end user of these products.  ...  chain and markets, i.e. for both consumers and suppliers.  ... 
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A New Concept for Mobile Environmental Education

Markus Ruchter
2007
) value-chains for the area administrations and for data integrators such as additional information services like weather updates etc  ...  Frick [109] as well as Hellbrück and Fischer [138] suggest that it is important to apply multimedia tools, including intuitive graphical representations, to communicate complex issues and concepts,  ...  Presentation (Guide / Brochure) 5. Usage of different media 6. Games 7. Overall 4. Which animals are endangered and which are protected. 5.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ksp/1000007176 fatcat:pf2muwlmtnbopiupaw5ek52p2u

Evaluating the potential of mobile technology in tourism destination marketing

Mohamed Ali Yousef Moustafa
2022
To achieve this paper prototyping interviews with m-technology and tourism experts were used.  ...  It employed a case study methodology utilising a variety of methods (semi-structured interviews, observation and document analysis).  ...  Figure 5 .1 outlines the process of supply chain in the tourism industry and highlights the importance of consumers' access to information relating to this supply chain.  ... 
doi:10.25401/cardiffmet.20942278.v1 fatcat:d3ml7k75c5hsjf53eqfp2f2uru

Assessment E-service Quality of Travel Sites [article]

Eirini Krikoni, University Of Thessaly, Ilias Santouridis
2020
In addition, it examines if hedonic factors (enjoyment and design), which we added  ...  The aim of this study is to verify the applicability of the e-service quality measurement through E-S-QUAL model and its factor structure in the framework of travel sites.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank from my heart and express my gratitude to my supervisor Mr. Ilias Santouridis for his valuable help during the writing of the present paper.  ... 
doi:10.26253/heal.uth.8846 fatcat:rqehny3yb5hx7m6grkyvyqhptm

ROMANIAN ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS REVIEW

Lucian Botea, Flavia Anghel, Luminiţa Tuleaşcă, Iuliu Ivănescu
unpublished
general, and Romania, in particular.  ...  both a national and international context.  ...  The internet and multimedia instantly highlight all the photograph offers in the whole world.  ... 
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