Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 1999

Proceedings of the International Conference in Innsbruck, Austria, 1999

  • Dimitrios Buhalis
  • Walter Schertler
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. G. Tichter, W. Grossmann, H. Werthner
    Pages 1-10
  3. Frank M. Go, Robert Govers, Mark van den Heuvel
    Pages 11-24
  4. G. J. van der Pijl, H. Bartelink
    Pages 46-53
  5. Benedict G. C. Dellaert
    Pages 66-76
  6. B. Pröll, W. Retschitzegger, R. R. Wagner
    Pages 108-118
  7. J. Küng, A. Dunzendorfer, R. R. Wagner
    Pages 151-160
  8. Wolfram Höpken
    Pages 161-171
  9. M. Cettolo, A. Corazza, G. Lazzari, F. Pianesi, E. Pianta, L. M. Tovena
    Pages 191-200
  10. A. Guevara, J. L. Caro, A. Aguayo, S. Gálvez, L. González
    Pages 270-278
  11. Michael Baker, Silvia Sussmann, Marisa Meisters
    Pages 300-309
  12. Tjostheim Ingvar, Bergan Marius, Lous Joachim
    Pages 357-364
  13. Y. Y. Yuan, D. R. Fesenmaier, L. Xia, M. Gratzer
    Pages 365-375
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 408-411

About these proceedings


During the last couple of years we learned that infonnation and communication technologies have to be seen as key factors for the success in various industries. Especially in tourism it became evident, that missing the developments in this sector could not only be fatal for the unfolding of the businesses, but also unrenouncable in order to withstand in competition. The objective of ENTER is to show the chance that infonnation technology offers for all participants in the touristic competition to act successfully in permanently changing infonnation environments. It reflects the important role of infonnation technologies in this field. Within the last six years ENTER united various experts - practitioners as well as researchers - to exchange their experiences, ideas and visions in the sector of tourism and infonnation technology. The conferences scope is to provide an international platfonn to discuss the topical situation and future trends, and the possibilities to shape the own strategies. The various points of view of all the participants in workshops, reports and discussions always lead to most interesting perceptions.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Dimitrios Buhalis
    • 1
  • Walter Schertler
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of TourismUniversity of WestminsterLondonUK
  2. 2.Europäisches Tourismus Institut GmbHUniversität TrierTrierFederal Republic of Germany

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