Travel Tourism & Hospitality

 

PCS Global is associated with travel and tourism industry which has emerged as one of the fastest growing sectors contributing significantly to economic growth and development. Provision of employment, income and foreign exchange, expansion of other industries such as agriculture, construction, handicrafts, etc. are some of the important economic benefits provided by the tourism sector.

With influx of new technologies all the industries are in stage of transition, the need innovative solutions to connect them to their customers. We have partnered with organizations in hospitality, travel distribution, leisure and logistic segments and providing superior IT solutions. We provide transportation services in expertise systems, legacy modernization, process re-engineering, e-commerce, specialized flight systems, transaction processing systems and loyalty management solutions.

India has significant potential to become a preferred tourist destination globally. Its rich and diverse cultural heritage, abundant natural resources and biodiversity provides numerous tourist attractions. The total tourist visits in India have been growing at a steady rate of about 16 per cent over the past five years. According to the World Economic Forum?s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2013, India ranks 11th in the Asia pacific region and 65th globally out of 140 economies ranked on travel and tourism Competitiveness Index.

Hotels are extremely important component of tourism industry and they contribute to the sector by offering services and facilities of extremely high standard. The Indian hospitality sector has been growing at a cumulative annual growth rate of 14 per cent every year adding significant amount of foreign exchange to the economy.

Travel & tourism?s contribution to capital investment is estimated to grow at 6.5 per cent per annum during 2013-2023, above the global average of five per cent. The tourism policy of Government of India aims at speedy implementation of tourism projects, development of integrated tourism circuits, special capacity building in the hospitality sector and new marketing strategies.