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News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: www.tnooz.com

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel distribution in tourism and hospitality for February 2017. Tuesday 14 February 2017: Air Canada renews Travelport pact The new long-term agreement will give Travelport-connected agencies access to the airline’s fares and inventory. The deal includes the Travelport Rich Content and Branding platform and the Agencia service in Canada. Monday 13 February 2017: Travelport signs new Avis Budget agreement The multi-year partnership sees the car rental group distribute its inventory and ancillary products to Travelport-connected travel agencies. The agreement covers the Avis, Budget, Payless, Apex and Maggiore brands. Trailfinders renews Travelport deal The travel agency network will use Travelport to access air, hotel and other travel content, included branded fares and ancillaries. Trailfinders has 32 travel centres in the UK. Friday 10 February 2017: Rail Europe available through Alitrip Voyages SNCF is ramping up its presence in China with a deal to sell European rail tickets and packages through Alibaba’s travel marketplace Alitrip. Its year-old Rail Europe China subsidiary is hoping to sell one million tickets a year to Chinese travellers through the platform by 2020. Thursday 9 February 2017: SiteMinder partners Agilysys The property management system belonging to Agilysys, known as rGuest, will integrate with SiteMinder’s Channel Manager platform as part of the deal. Agilysys customers will be able to manage and distribution rates and availability to third parties on the CM platform. Tigerair Taiwan scores with Matchbyte Matchbyte will handle ecommerce duties for the low-cost carrier, allowing passengers to book tickets on both website and mobile platforms. The system sits on top of the existing Navitaire Passenger Service System used by Tigerair. Wednesday 8 February 2017: Travelport swims with Marine Travel The UK-based agency has renewed its agreement with Travelport so that it can access flight, hotel and other content through the GDS. The partnership includes use of the Smartpoint agency desktop platform. Fareportal renews Amadeus agreement Both Fareportal’s CheapOAir and OneTravel consumer-facing brands will continue to use Amadeus as its product provider for their respective websites. The deal has been extended and widened to include markets in Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America – target areas for Fareportal’s growth strategy. Paxport agrees Cobalt deal The new Cypriot carrier will use Paxport to handle its distribution and merchandising strategy, as it looks to position itself as a Europe-to-Asia carrier. Cobalt currently operates leisure flights from the UK, Greece and France, with plans to expand the network – using Cyprus as hub – to the Middle East and Asia.. Tuesday 7 February 2017: Cathay Pacific launches NDC functionality IATA’s New Distribution Capability standards will be adopted by the Hong Kong-based airline, giving it additional tools to connect to intermediaries with full use of ancillary services and shopping tools. OpenJaw Technologies is handling the integration for Cathay. Sabre signs Global Hotel Alliance The independent hotel alliance will use SynXis for its central reservation system and distribution network. GHA represents some 35 small brands covering 550 hotels, resorts and spas around the world. Monday 6 February 2017: Sabre secures Omega Travel deal The UK-based agency group will use Sabre to help expand the business outside of its core Europe-Far East trip network. The multi-year agreement will include content and use of the Sabre Red Workspace. The company intends to increase its number of destinations served to markets in the US, Europe and Asia. Travelport gives Viva branded fares The Greek online travel agency, Viva Online Services, will be the first in the country to implement Travelport’s branded fares and ancillaries into its service, including content from 200 airlines. Thursday 2 February 2017: SiteMinder distributes TFE Hotels Toga Far East will use SiteMinder to power the distribution of its portfolio of properties to third parties around the world. The chain’s 70 hotels in Europe, Australia and New Zealand come under its Adina Apartment Hotels, Medina Serviced Apartments, Rendezvous Hotels, Vibe Hotels, Travelodge Hotels and TFE Hotels Collection brands. NB: Travel distribution image via Shutterstock.


News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 15, 2017) - Adaptive Insights, the only pure-play cloud vendor to be named a leader in strategic corporate performance management (CPM), today announced record achievements from 2016, capping a year of corporate, partner, and customer milestones for the company and the broader cloud CPM industry. Reaching the $80 million revenue threshold in 2016, Adaptive Insights continued its strong performance in the growing cloud CPM market. Also in 2016, Adaptive Insights was the only cloud-only vendor named a leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Strategic Corporate Performance Management Solutions report*. "Our growth and expansion over the past year is a testament to the value our customers realize after adopting an active planning approach for their businesses," said Tom Bogan, CEO of Adaptive Insights. "As more and more organizations move their infrastructure to the cloud, we are seeing a significant demand for cloud planning solutions that are simultaneously easy to use, powerful, and fast. Today, we have thousands of customers using the Adaptive Suite to engage in a truly collaborative planning process, and we are committed to ensuring that our products and services continue to meet these growing demands as our company continues to scale." Key to the company's strong performance in 2016 were new customers, ranging from midsize and nonprofit organizations to Fortune 500 organizations. Notable additions to the company's global customer list in 2016 include Arizona Diamondbacks, Delta Plastics of the South, LLC., Hulu, Inc., National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, NDC Inc., NetMotion Software, New York Mets, Oakland Raiders, and Powdr Corporation. "We selected Adaptive Insights because it is fast and powerful, and we successfully implemented Adaptive Insights across our finance team and business partners because it is so intuitive and easy to use," said Brad MacDonald, senior director of finance, T2 Biosystems. "Our ability to rapidly adjust complex models and make changes to our plans and forecasts in real-time provides a significant competitive advantage for our company. Our finance team is tasked with greater corporate management responsibility and, with Adaptive Insights, we are able to meet these new challenges head on." Additional 2016 Highlights In addition to strong customer growth, Adaptive Insights achieved significant milestones and accolades in 2016, including: Expanding Partner Network The company continues to expand its global partner network, which now boasts five of the top 10 firms on the Inside Public IPA 100 list of top US accounting firms and 22 of Accounting Today's 2016 VAR 100 list. New partners such as Moss Adams, Grant Thornton LLP, and Clifton Larson Allen, join over 200 partners including Armanino, CohnReznick, Deloitte, Intacct, Miagen, NetSuite, PowerHealth Solutions, and others. Industry Recognition The company's significant achievements over 2016 recognize both the company's leadership and pioneering role in the cloud CPM arena. Notable achievements include: Expanded Executive Leadership Team, Board Over the past year, Adaptive Insights' executive leadership team scaled along with the company, completing an expansion plan announced in early 2016. Key hires added throughout 2016 include Jim Johnson, chief financial officer; Bhaskar Himatsingka, chief product officer; Michael Schmitt, chief marketing officer; and Fred Gewant, chief revenue officer, all reporting to Bogan. Additionally, the company appointed Mark Templeton, former Citrix CEO, to its board of directors to provide additional expertise with high-growth, large-scale business models. About Adaptive Insights  Adaptive Insights is the recognized leader in cloud corporate performance management (CPM). The company's Adaptive Suite enables organizations to collaboratively plan and model, easily access real-time analytics, streamline complex reporting, and accelerate financial consolidation. With this best-practice active planning process, Adaptive Insights helps more than 3,000 global customers drive business success using its cloud-based platform. Customers ranging from midsize companies and nonprofits to large enterprises benefit from the company's powerful, fast, and easy platform. Adaptive Insights is a privately held company with headquarters in Palo Alto, CA. To learn more, visit adaptiveinsights.com. *"Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Strategic Corporate Performance Management Solutions," by Christopher Iervolino and John E. Van Decker, May 31, 2016. **"The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Performance Management, Q4 2016" by Paul D. Hamerman with Christopher Andrews, Joseph Miller, October 6, 2016.


News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: co.newswire.com

JR Technologies has entered into an agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to design, develop, host, and operate the IATA Financial Gateway (IFG) payment solution - a turn-key information technology solution by IATA that will simplify the travel services suppliers shopping-to-cash process. IFG introduces a universal payment gateway allowing members to manage and optimize their diverse sales payment processes through a single global platform regardless of their network, business partners and distribution channels. The solution is fully integrated with the Weblink for agency sales reporting to the IATA Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP), further facilitating the early adoption by airlines, GDS, and travel agencies. JR Technologies was selected by IATA for its track record in innovation and continuous delivery of high quality services in a cost-effective manner. Through its strategic partnership with JR Technologies, IATA will have access to intellectual knowledge in line with leading best industry practices and benefit from continuous improvement in services and reduction of IATA's associated costs. JR Technologies specializes in NDC-enabled airline retailing solutions. The transition into a modern airline retailing model requires a solid payment gateway that expands the scope of airline transactions to include products and services from across the value chain. "This is a win-win situation for the entire industry," said George Khairallah, President of JR Technologies. "Our commitment to airlines and all travel suppliers is to continually offer innovative solutions at a speed to match the constantly evolving marketplace. Travel suppliers expect nothing less and that's what IFG and JR Technologies will deliver." "The IATA Financial Gateway will offer an innovative and cost efficient solution to address the airlines' payment challenges through their different distribution channels. It will help them optimize their payment processes and facilitate acceptance of different forms of payments including the BSP agency sales settlement through a single global platform," said Aleks Popovich, IATA Senior Vice President, Financial and Distribution Services. "IATA's objective, with the support of JR Technologies, is to go beyond the scope of airlines. This in turn will trigger cost efficiency, improve risk management and maximize resources to bring cost-saving benefits for the entire industry," added Aleks Popovich. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world's airlines, representing some 265 airlines or 83% of total air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and helps to formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues. JR Technologies is a thought leader in airline retailing and New Distribution Capabilities (NDC). Established in 2015 in Chania, on the Island of Crete, the JR Technologies Innovation Center is dedicated to supporting NDC adoption and boasts rapid prototyping and R&D capabilities unparalleled in the travel industry. With its locations in Athens (Greece), and Dublin (Ireland), JR Technologies offers end-to-end NDC enabled airline retailing solutions that support both direct and indirect distribution. For more information, please contact:


News Article | March 1, 2017
Site: www.tnooz.com

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for distribution in tourism and hospitality for March 2017. Friday 3 March 2017: HRS adds Magnuson Hotels to network More than 1,000 properties from the chain will be placed on the HRS distribution platform, giving 3,000+ corporations access to rates and availability. The deal includes the Grand and M Star brands and covers properties in six countries. 12Go distributes via Liligo and Qunar The online travel agency will provide content to the two metasearch engines, covering products in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Singapore, Philippines and China. Alongside its rail speciality, 12Go works with ferry, van and bus operators. Thursday 2 March 2017: Peakwork smooches at the DHISCO The travel technology company will use DHISCO to offer real-time rates for hotels on tour operator, airline and other websites. DHISCO has some 110,000 hotel partners on its platform. Luxury Retreats inks Auto Europe deal The Airbnb-owned upmarket vacation rental platform will offer guests car rental services for those staying in US, Mexico, Hawaii and the Caribbean. The deal will run for arrivals on the trips until the end of 2017. Wednesday 1 March 2017: Travelport gets NDC Aggregator nod IATA has given Travelport the thumbs-up for two elements of its New Distribution Capability: Aggregator Level One and IT Provider Level Two. Travelport will now be able to integrate NDC APIs should an airline choose to use NDC-XML messaging to distribution and deliver fares and products. CarTrawler signs JustFly The online travel agency will use CarTrawler to power its car rental, private transfer, shuttle, rail and pre-paid airport transfers channel. CarTrawler has access to 1,600 car rental agents and other operators in 195 countries.


News Article | February 23, 2017
Site: www.PR.com

FDS & myDataMart offer professional, comprehensive and affordable business solutions that immediately impact pharmacy profitability by providing tools to manage patients, third party receivables, Star Ratings, immunization opportunities, MTM cases and much, much more. By providing a deeper look into each pharmacy's data, myDataMart can help better manage pharmacy operations and increase profits. Wichita, KS, February 23, 2017 --( New Leaf Rx by KeyCentrix is advanced pharmacy software with an exception-driven workflow to advance pharmacy practice. With robust reporting functionality built into New Leaf Rx, including stock reports, a Query tool, and a SQL-database, the addition of myDataMart incorporates additional easy-to-use interactive dashboards and transactional reports to help further measure performances and opportunities. The powerful business analytics that myDataMart provides will help enhance each pharmacy’s impact on patient care and improve opportunities to increase profits. “The importance of data in the pharmacy industry is so great, it’s immeasurable,” stated Elie Khalife, KeyCentrix President. “One of KeyCentrix’s principle outcomes is to provide access to critical data for operational excellence, and the partnership with FDS allows us to build on that promise to our customers.” myDataMart allows users to compare the best NDCs for dispensing to maximize profits, identify questionable claims in seconds, and identify patients for outreach who filled at your pharmacy and did not return. Users also have the ability to track patients who refilled late or not at all, including maintenance medication users who impact Star Ratings. Easily pinpoint, in detail, the most frequently dispensed medications and the overall financial impact each NDC makes on the pharmacy, track fills returned to stock by patient or by drug, and identify CMS Star Ratings, non-adherent patients and more with a variety of compliance-focused reports. “We are excited to work with the team at KeyCentrix to offer myDataMart to their growing customer base. KeyCentrix and FDS are dedicated to helping community pharmacies compete and succeed in today’s pharmacy marketplace,” said Rich Bukovinsky, EVP Business Development for FDS, Inc. New Leaf Rx and myDataMart customers can immediately take advantage of this integration. About KeyCentrix KeyCentrix™ is dedicated to the pharmacy industry by offering best in class technology, thought leadership, solutions consulting, and hands-on support ensuring our customers are equipped with solutions to advance pharmacy practice. Our pharmacy management systems, RxKey® and New Leaf Rx®, along with our integrated flexTRAX Point of Sale, offer a complete solution for your pharmacy. For more information on KeyCentrix products or services, please visit: www.keycentrix.com.   About FDS FDS offers professional, comprehensive and affordable business solutions that immediately impact pharmacy profitability by providing tools to manage patients, third party receivables, Star Ratings, immunization opportunities, MTM cases and much, much more. FDS’ leading edge business analytics tools are simple to use but provide a robust array of dashboards and graphical reports to make your data meaningful and useful. FDS products and services help pharmacies and managed care organizations connect with their patients 24 hours a day, analyze and better understand their business, while also offering population health management tools. For additional information or to request a demonstration, please visit our website at www.fdsrx.com or call us at (877) 602-4179. Wichita, KS, February 23, 2017 --( PR.com )-- KeyCentrix, LLC announced on Tuesday a partnership with myDataMart by FDS. KeyCentrix and FDS have integrated myDataMart, the leading-edge business intelligence tool for pharmacies, into New Leaf Rx® pharmacy software. myDataMart is the comprehensive tool that empowers pharmacies to thrive in today’s competitive market. By providing a deeper look into each pharmacy’s data, myDataMart can help better manage pharmacy operations and increase profits.New Leaf Rx by KeyCentrix is advanced pharmacy software with an exception-driven workflow to advance pharmacy practice. With robust reporting functionality built into New Leaf Rx, including stock reports, a Query tool, and a SQL-database, the addition of myDataMart incorporates additional easy-to-use interactive dashboards and transactional reports to help further measure performances and opportunities.The powerful business analytics that myDataMart provides will help enhance each pharmacy’s impact on patient care and improve opportunities to increase profits. “The importance of data in the pharmacy industry is so great, it’s immeasurable,” stated Elie Khalife, KeyCentrix President. “One of KeyCentrix’s principle outcomes is to provide access to critical data for operational excellence, and the partnership with FDS allows us to build on that promise to our customers.”myDataMart allows users to compare the best NDCs for dispensing to maximize profits, identify questionable claims in seconds, and identify patients for outreach who filled at your pharmacy and did not return. Users also have the ability to track patients who refilled late or not at all, including maintenance medication users who impact Star Ratings. Easily pinpoint, in detail, the most frequently dispensed medications and the overall financial impact each NDC makes on the pharmacy, track fills returned to stock by patient or by drug, and identify CMS Star Ratings, non-adherent patients and more with a variety of compliance-focused reports.“We are excited to work with the team at KeyCentrix to offer myDataMart to their growing customer base. KeyCentrix and FDS are dedicated to helping community pharmacies compete and succeed in today’s pharmacy marketplace,” said Rich Bukovinsky, EVP Business Development for FDS, Inc.New Leaf Rx and myDataMart customers can immediately take advantage of this integration.About KeyCentrixKeyCentrix™ is dedicated to the pharmacy industry by offering best in class technology, thought leadership, solutions consulting, and hands-on support ensuring our customers are equipped with solutions to advance pharmacy practice. Our pharmacy management systems, RxKey® and New Leaf Rx®, along with our integrated flexTRAX Point of Sale, offer a complete solution for your pharmacy. For more information on KeyCentrix products or services, please visit: www.keycentrix.com.About FDSFDS offers professional, comprehensive and affordable business solutions that immediately impact pharmacy profitability by providing tools to manage patients, third party receivables, Star Ratings, immunization opportunities, MTM cases and much, much more. FDS’ leading edge business analytics tools are simple to use but provide a robust array of dashboards and graphical reports to make your data meaningful and useful. FDS products and services help pharmacies and managed care organizations connect with their patients 24 hours a day, analyze and better understand their business, while also offering population health management tools. For additional information or to request a demonstration, please visit our website at www.fdsrx.com or call us at (877) 602-4179. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from KeyCentrix


News Article | February 23, 2017
Site: www.24-7pressrelease.com

WICHITA, KS, February 23, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- KeyCentrix, LLC announced on Tuesday a partnership with myDataMart by FDS. KeyCentrix and FDS have integrated myDataMart, the leading-edge business intelligence tool for pharmacies, into New Leaf Rx pharmacy software. myDataMart is the comprehensive tool that empowers pharmacies to thrive in today's competitive market. By providing a deeper look into each pharmacy's data, myDataMart can help better manage pharmacy operations and increase profits. New Leaf Rx by KeyCentrix is advanced pharmacy software with an exception-driven workflow to advance pharmacy practice. With robust reporting functionality built into New Leaf Rx, including stock reports, a Query tool, and a SQL-database, the addition of myDataMart incorporates additional easy-to-use interactive dashboards and transactional reports to help further measure performances and opportunities. The powerful business analytics that myDataMart provides will help enhance each pharmacy's impact on patient care and improve opportunities to increase profits. "The importance of data in the pharmacy industry is so great, it's immeasurable," stated Elie Khalife, KeyCentrix President. "One of KeyCentrix's principle outcomes is to provide access to critical data for operational excellence, and the partnership with FDS allows us to build on that promise to our customers." myDataMart allows users to compare the best NDCs for dispensing to maximize profits, identify questionable claims in seconds, and identify patients for outreach who filled at your pharmacy and did not return. Users also have the ability to track patients who refilled late or not at all, including maintenance medication users who impact Star Ratings. Easily pinpoint, in detail, the most frequently dispensed medications and the overall financial impact each NDC makes on the pharmacy, track fills returned to stock by patient or by drug, and identify CMS Star Ratings, non-adherent patients and more with a variety of compliance-focused reports. "We are excited to work with the team at KeyCentrix to offer myDataMart to their growing customer base. KeyCentrix and FDS are dedicated to helping community pharmacies compete and succeed in today's pharmacy marketplace," said Rich Bukovinsky, EVP Business Development for FDS, Inc. New Leaf Rx and myDataMart customers can immediately take advantage of this integration. About KeyCentrix KeyCentrix is dedicated to the pharmacy industry by offering best in class technology, thought leadership, solutions consulting, and hands-on support ensuring our customers are equipped with solutions to advance pharmacy practice. Our pharmacy management systems, RxKey and New Leaf Rx, along with our integrated flexTRAX Point of Sale, offer a complete solution for your pharmacy. For more information on KeyCentrix products or services, please visit: http://www.keycentrix.com. About FDS FDS offers professional, comprehensive and affordable business solutions that immediately impact pharmacy profitability by providing tools to manage patients, third party receivables, Star Ratings, immunization opportunities, MTM cases and much, much more. FDS' leading edge business analytics tools are simple to use but provide a robust array of dashboards and graphical reports to make your data meaningful and useful. FDS products and services help pharmacies and managed care organizations connect with their patients 24 hours a day, analyze and better understand their business, while also offering population health management tools. For additional information or to request a demonstration, please visit our website at http://www.fdsrx.com or call us at (877) 602-4179. Contact Information: KeyCentrix Sales sales@keycentrix.com KeyCentrix, LLC 2420 N. Woodlawn, Bldg. #500 Wichita, KS 67220 (316) 262-2231 http://www.keycentrix.com FDS Sales sales1@fdsrx.com (877) 602-4179 http://www.FDSrx.com


News Article | February 16, 2017
Site: www.tnooz.com

Air France-KLM plans to invest more than €200 million on digital and data development by 2020 with a priority on better use of its data. The group says it has had an internal “Big Data Platform” since 2015 and last year connected to all of its customer data sources to get a rounded view of customers and develop personalised services. Speaking during the group’s full-year 2016 results presentation to analysts, CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac said Air France-KLM is now one of a few companies in the world which collect and use online and offline customer data to make personalised offers. The group says it has been increasing digital and big data investment by about 15% every year since 2013 with last year’s investment standing at €55 million. The airline group expects to reap €200 million in additional revenue over the same period. “It’s going to be our priority and and quite important in terms of revenues because we do think that this possibility to have a personal link with customers will enable us to get €200 million in additional revenue.” The latest ancillary revenue report from Ideaworks and Cartrawler estimated airlines would earn $67.6 billion in ancillary revenue in 2016. Responding to a question about adjusting distribution channels to continue digital growth, Janaillac says the airlines want to be able treat passengers in a different way as it currently does through the GDS and that it is working on IATA’s NDC standard. Air France-KLM reported €5 billion in online sales in 2016 and has been seeing an average annual increase of  7%. Further digital milestones for the group in 2016 include 56% of passengers now interacting via mobile and one-in-three tickets sold via its AF.com and klm.com websites. For the year, the group reported operating income of €1.049 billion million. The group carried 93.4 million passengers, a 4% increase on the previous year.


DUBLIN, Feb. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Endo International plc (NASDAQ / TSX: ENDP) today announced that one of its operating companies, Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. based in Malvern, Pennsylvania, is voluntarily recalling one lot of Edex® (alprostadil for injection) 10 mcg to the consumer level. This product recall is due to the detection by Endo of a defect in the crimp caps used in the manufacture of the subject product lot. This defect has the potential to lead to a loss of container closure integrity, which could impact the product's sterility assurance and may lead to serious adverse events such as infections, both localized at the site of injection and systemically. To date, Endo has not received adverse event reports related to this recall. Edex® (alprostadil for injection) is a prescription only intracavernous injection indicated for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction. The recall applies to the 10 mcg strength, packaged in a 2 pack carton, (NDC 52244-010-02), product lot number 207386, Expiration Date: May 2019 (see photographs of packaged product within). The affected lot was distributed from December 13, 2016 through February 13, 2017 to wholesale distributors and retail pharmacies throughout the United States. The lot number can be found on the manufacturer's unit. Consumers who are unsure if they have the affected lot number should consult their pharmacist or health care professional. Consumers in possession of any unused prescribed Edex® 10 mcg product bearing lot number 207386 should immediately discontinue use of the product and return the unused product by following the instructions below: Pharmacists and wholesalers are asked to check their inventories for lot number 207386, segregate any impacted inventory and contact Inmar at extension #1 at 1-800-967-5952, Monday through Friday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST) or via e-mail at rxrecalls@inmar.com for instructions on product return. Pharmacists who have dispensed impacted product are asked to notify their patients of this recall. Pharmacies and wholesalers that received lot number 207386 will receive a letter as well as a copy of this press release with their recall notification information. Endo takes this issue seriously and is fully committed to ensuring all of its products and packaging meet the highest quality standards.  If you have any questions regarding this recall, please call 1-800-462-ENDO (3636), between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST on Friday. Consumers should contact their physician or healthcare provider if they have experienced any problems that may be related to using this product. Additional information regarding this recall can be found at http://www.endo.com/endopharma/our-products. Adverse reactions or quality problems associated with the use of this product may be reported to FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program either by phone, on line, by regular mail or by fax. This Product Recall is being made with the knowledge of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). About Endo International plc Endo International plc (NASDAQ / TSX: ENDP) is a highly focused generics and specialty branded pharmaceutical company delivering high-quality medicines to patients in need through excellence in development, manufacturing and commercialization. Endo has global headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, and U.S. headquarters in Malvern, PA. Learn more at www.endo.com.


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Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance | Year: 2011

Microstructural analyses of thermal or mechanical fatigued Nitinol show remarkable similarities and are characterized by an increase in dislocation density with increasing number of cycles. Dislocation bands, which are thought to be due to the effects of moving martensite interfaces, align with the martensite lattice invariant plane. These microstructural effects result in modification of transformation temperatures, strain (under stress-control) and stress (under strain-control). Processing has a major effect on fatigue properties, whereby optimized thermomechanically treated microstructures provide more stable (and predictable) behavior than the annealed microstructures. © ASM International.


News Article | February 27, 2017
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The CAPA India Aviation Summit 2017 took place recently at the Leela Hotel Mumbai and was a great opportunity to network with key industry stakeholders – senior executives and CEOs from airlines, corporations, suppliers and representatives from airports and local government. NB This is a viewpoint by Ian Heywood, global head of product and marketing for air commerce at Travelport. Here are my key reflections from the two days. Ancillary services have become an increasingly important source of revenue for airlines, leading to their adopting creative approaches to pricing. For the traveller, the introduction of ancillary services offers choice, while for airlines and their tech partners upsell options and revenue opportunities per airline ticket are improving. The low-cost carrier (LCC) model has driven a revolution across the entire airline industry, while the arrival of NDC heralds an improved shopping experience that provides richer content and personalisation. The traditional GDS concept has also evolved to combine open platforms with connectivity in order to provide access to unrivalled content and functionality, delivering a full and rich content retailing experience. Richer content in the way of more copy, imagery and even video enables the decision-maker to better see and compare the products on offer. Improving how products are visually displayed on GDS screens, while providing more information about what is included in each fare, is helping airlines to create value for its passengers. Enabling travel bookers to make decisions based on information other than just rate and availability is helping airlines to increase the revenue they earn per seat sold. Although IATA forecasts passenger demand to double over the next 20 years, the way passengers choose to travel will differ. Budget travel no longer has the stigma of a few years ago as LCCs evolve into “hybrids” to win over new customers including the business traveller. Importantly, the lines between LCCs and traditional airlines have blurred in the eye of the customer, prompting legacy airlines to adapt. The dilemma for the traditional airlines, particularly on their short-haul and domestic networks, is how to compete with low cost rivals and on long-haul how to compete with each other. The answer is by differentiating on a product basis rather than purely on price. The concerns around infrastructure to meet needs of the growing market IATA predicts 7.2 billion passengers to travel in 2035, a near doubling of the 3.8 billion air travellers in 2016. As CAPA forecast back in February 2016, India’s domestic market is on track to surpass 100 million passengers in 2017, making India the fastest-growing air traffic market in the world. However, this accelerated growth also makes India a prime example of how increased growth is putting additional strains on infrastructure. The predicted increased spending power of the global middle class will provide other opportunities in Asia Pacific. The anticipated growth of LCCs in markets such as Indonesia and China will see international and transatlantic routes introduced alongside domestic flights. The global nature of this boom in travel means all stakeholders need to think about how their infrastructure will meet demand. Passengers are already feeling the side-effects of growth in terms of congestion at airports. A large number of new aircraft orders are predicted to come from Indiam airlines over the next 20 years. But this rapid growth in fleets and seats needs a similar level of accelerated investments in terms of airports and runways to accommodate this demand. Without this in place, growth might stall. NB1: This is a viewpoint by Ian Heywood, global head of product and marketing for air commerce at Travelport.

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