SITA LAUNCHES NEW AIRPORT CONSULTANT PORTAL IN NORTH AMERICA
ATLANTA – SITA, the world’s leading specialist in air transport communications and IT solutions, today announced a new website specifically for airport consultants in North America. The site will include product information, educational tools, helpful links, and direct access to key SITA contacts.
Sandra Girona, SITA Regional Vice President, North America, said: “Consultants play a crucial role understanding, recommending and executing technology in the airport community. SITA recognizes this and is responding to the consultant sector by providing critical information on SITA’s technology, products, services and solutions specifically to keep the consultant community up-to-date.”
The airport consultant portal is one component of the larger SITA Consultant Liaison Program, which is designed to make it easy for the consulting community to do business with SITA. This program includes dedicated support for airport consultants via a SITA single point of contact, the latest information on SITA products, services and solutions, regularly scheduled briefings and demonstrations for site members and their clients, relationships with local account management and solution design support, and online product specifications.
To register: First, go to this site for clearance: http://www.sita.aero/s_user/register?ret=Lw%3D%3D
Promptly, you should receive an email to verify with a link included – click to verify.
Then go to this site to request access: http://www.sita.aero/consultants
Contact us at consultantinfo or call your program contact directly: Kristin Shaw at 404-519-5020.
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