Stage : Internship : Product Definition Analyst
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Internship : Product Definition AnalystJoin us and shape the future of travel
Shaping the future of travel has always been important to us at Amadeus. Today, with technology getting smarter by the minute, that future is more exciting than ever.
We work at the heart of the global travel industry. Amadeus offers you the opportunity to learn and grow and drive your own progression in an exciting and multicultural environment.
Our people are driven by a passion for 'Where next?' If you want to shape your career and the future of travel, Amadeus is the place for you.
Amadeus is a world leader in providing IT solutions for the whole travel industry. It provides a comprehensive set of products for managing airline business from reservation to operational systems managing passengers and aircrafts at the airport.
You will be integrated in the team in charge of defining best in class products around Airline Ticket Exchange/Refund for both shopping and pricing.
The intern will participate in the following activities:
The goal is to build a tool to define the Technical & Operational Validation of Amadeus Ticket Changer (ATC) product.
The internship will consist of several phases:
- Understand Amadeus Ticket Changer shopper product
- Understand Amadeus Technical & Operational Validation environment
- Define the best approach for ATC Shopper Technical & Operational Validation
- Define a tool to generate ATC shopper test cases on the fly based on customer implementation requirement
Good written and spoken English
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