Travel SYSTEMS roundup - Sociomatic, Farelogix, Thomas Cook, JALNewsBy PhocusWire | October 31, 2013Share This article was originally published on This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality on Wednesday 31 October 2013... Sociomatic patners with Revenue Management Systems for supplier Big Data pushThe agreement will enable travel suppliers to generate greater demand via digital advertising by tapping into the Big Data in their enterprise systems – inventory, loyalty, CRM and other customer data. Read more.Farelogix adds customizable shopping to SPRK agency desktopThe latest release, which will be available in January 2014, includes enhancements that will enable travelers to filter their search results by available ancillaries. Read more.Thomas Cook launches Dreamcatcher initiative for agentsOver the course of a 1:2:1 consultation in store, Thomas Cook agents will use this customised service to build a shortlist of personalised holiday experiences that meet the specific needs and requirements of their customer. Read more.JAL introduces new in-flight internet serviceJapan Airlines (JAL) announces that it will further expand its JAL NEW SKY PROJECT and install in-flight Internet service on select Japan-domestic flights. Read more.Tripsta introduces Price Radar toolTripsta has developed a search engine for the lowest available flight prices, known as Price Radar, using the Amadeus system Extreme Search. Read more.GuestLogix and NCR integrate to overhaul self-service retail in travelGuestLogix has signed a ten-year agreement with NCR Corporation in a bid to improve the way travelers are able to conduct transactions through self-service airport kiosks and mobile applications. Read more.IDeaS and Availpro integrate to streamline distribution to booking websitesClients will now be able to benefit from automated and increased rate distribution to online booking sites through one simple and efficient interface. Read more.Ruby Hotels and Hetras agree technology partnershipRuby Hotels has chosen cloud-based software from Hetras, giving the soon-to0be-launched chain mobile reservations, mobile check-in and mobile check-out in the hands of guests. Read more.NB: Send links or releases for travel distribution direct to Tnooz via email.NB2: Systems image via Shutterstock.