Travel and Hospitality companies of every size and segment - accommodations, airlines, airport, casinos, cruises, and restaurants - are seeking to improve operational performance, deliver an exceptional customer experience, and drive bottom-line results. Clare Ward, Worldwide Technical Leader, Travel & Hospitality at AWS, will explore how companies can accelerate transformation and achieve their goals on the cloud.
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