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30+ days ago

Commercial Director

Travelport Kansas City, MO

The Commercial Director is responsible for the development and maintenance of our largest, global existing accounts, ensuring that we have excellent… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Sales

Travelport Kansas City, KS

Lead a sales team responsible a specific group of Travelport s largest customers. Direct team activities; develop and implement sales strategies that… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Senior Technical Project Manager

Travelport Kansas City, MO

Develop overall project plan for planning, executing, controlling and implementing projects. Maintain effective… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Lead QA Analyst

Travelport Kansas City, MO

Participates in reviews of requirements and design to ensure quality and testability. Ensures quality of final work prior to implementation and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Global Help Desks – Americas

Travelport Kansas City, MO

• In consultation with the line-management, support a Service Centre strategy which continuously… Glassdoor


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Travelport President, CEO, and Director Gordon A. Wilson
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    Culture and technology need a time machine to get from 1988 to 2012

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    Current Employee - Product Manager  in  Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Product Manager in Kansas City, MO

    I have been working at Travelport full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Extrememly profitible company and salaries are competitive (and negotiable)!

    Cons

    My complaints fall in a couple areas:
    1. Technology - The databases and lifesource of the whole business is running on old IBM mainframes. Runs good and stable but the knowledge around these machines are in the heads of 30 year employees who refuse to pass it on for their job security.

    2. The management is still in the mindset that "You must be at your desk at 8 and don't leave till 5" rather than just get your job done and don't worry about anyone else. And yes, I have a couple people tracking my time now!

    3. When you walk in the office (i work in kc, mo), it's dead quiet with a endless view of high-walled cubicles. I'm acutally listening to my keyboard click right now and echo throughout the building.

    4. Many people here are old and cranky. Now I don't discriminate but what gets me is when you walk down the hall and try to greet someone, look them in the eye...only to see them stare at the wall that's away from you. I want to say "There's nothing on that wall coward! Look at me". This may just be my hangup

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be visible more if possible. MOst of the management works in england and we're sorta isolated in this quiet kc office.

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    Disapproves of CEO