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BANGALORE, India, October 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Sonata Software, a leading IT service provider for the travel industry, will be participating in the "Traveltech 2014", Australia's premier web travel business and technology conference being held at the Sheraton Sydney on 24th October 2014.

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In continuation of its efforts of building a strong base in Australia and to showcase its strong IT travel capabilities, Sonata will be participating in Traveltech 2014 as a Gold Sponsor. Sonata ventured into the ANZ region a year ago and has been successful in gaining a foothold and winning a significant number of important clients.

Sonata has end to end capabilities within specific sub-verticals of travel and transportation like Tour Operators, Corporate Travel agencies, Airlines, Rail and Travel ISVs. Sonata's offerings for the travel and tourism industry span across omni-channel commerce, web & search, mobility, travel analytics, global distribution systems integration and Managed IT Services. With the recent acquisition of Rezopia, the first cloud based Travel SAAS Platform that offers Reservations, Contracts, Distribution and Operations systems on one easy to deploy platform, Sonata has further strengthened its travel offerings. Leading travel companies in ANZ both large and small already use Rezopia and more are actively evaluating this platform. The complementary services of Sonata and Rezopia offer Travel businesses the flexibility and innovation that a combination of next-gen platform and mainstream IT services can bring to meet the fast changing needs of their business.

hybris from SAP is another offering in Sonata's portfolio of services for the travel industry. Sonata and hybris collaborate to offer a wide array of solutions to companies in the travel industry, with a Travel Plus solution framework from Sonata which include multi-channel commerce platform, other integrated travel applications, expert domain consulting skills and proven rollout methodologies to deliver reliable and optimized cost of delivery. Sonata was recognized as the 'Most Innovative Partner of the Year 2012' by hybris, for its joint go-to-market strategy and accelerators for the travel industry.

"The travel industry in the ANZ region continues to evolve and sustain its strong economic impact, support employment and ancillary industries in the region," Srikar Reddy, CEO, Sonata Software said. "We are keenly interested in collaborating with the travel industry here with robust solutions that enhance business performance, increase revenues and customer satisfaction. Our proven track record with customers across the globe in Travel business, portfolio of services and platform and partnership approach can be a strong foundation that can make a difference to Travel players in ANZ too."

A leading travel industry event, the Traveltech is attended by 200+ industry leaders. This one day event is well received and features the latest industry data, case studies, panels, interviews, presentations and debate.

For more details on the event, visit - Traveltech 2014

About Sonata Software 

Sonata Software is a global IT services firm focused on catalyzing transformational IT initiatives of its clients through deep domain knowledge, technology expertise and customer commitment. The company delivers innovative new solutions for Travel, Retail and Consumer Goods industries by integrating technologies such as Omni-channel commerce, Mobility, Analytics, Cloud and ERP, to drive enhanced customer engagement, operations efficiency and return on IT investments. A trusted long-term service provider to Fortune 100 companies across both the software product development and enterprise business segments, Sonata seeks to add differentiated value to leadership who want to make an impact on their businesses, with IT.

For further information, please contact:
Anuj Kumar Saxena
Sonata Software Limited
Level 20, Tower A
The Zenith
821, Pacific Highway
Sydney
NSW 2067
Tel: +61-2-8448-8139
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new report by the Center for Immigration Studies reveals that interior enforcement activity in the United States is in a state of collapse, with declining arrests and deportations, and with tens of thousands of criminal aliens being released back to American communities, and many more illegal residents declared immune from enforcement.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) records reveal that immigration enforcement activity has continued to decline significantly in 2014:

  • Total deportations credited to ICE, the majority of which were illegal aliens arrested by the Border Patrol and CBP officers at the ports of entry, declined 15 percent from 2013 to 2014.
  • Deportations from the interior dropped 34 percent from last year and are 58 percent lower than the peak in 2009.
  • The number of criminal aliens deported from the interior also declined 23 percent since last year and declined by 39 percent since the peak in 2011.
  • Catch-and-release policies continue: in 2014 deportation processing was initiated for only about 143,000 aliens out of the 585,000 encountered by agents. Tens of thousands of those let go by ICE agents had been labeled a criminal threat.
  • The number of aliens who have received a final order of removal but who are still in the United States has risen to nearly 900,000. Nearly 160,000 of these are convicted criminals who were released by ICE and are currently at large.

View the entire report at: http://cis.org/ICE-Enforcement-Collapses-Further-2014

"Prosecutorial discretion as practiced by the Obama administration has transformed immigration enforcement into a massive catch-and-release program that makes a joke of the law, fails to deter illegal settlement, and allows even illegal aliens who commit crimes to remain here," said Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies and author of the report. "These policies inflict real harm on Americans and legal immigrants, in the form of lost jobs, depressed wages, additional social services, and even lost lives. In addition, with the rise of ISIS and other terrorist groups around the world, our lax policies represent an unnecessary national security risk."

The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization founded in 1985. It is the nation's only think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United States.

Contact: Marguerite Telford
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