Flight Centre Travel Group Appoints Roy Goldschmitt to the Role of Global Chief Technology Officer

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Flight Centre Travel Group Appoints Roy Goldschmitt to the Role of Global Chief Technology Officer

February 16, 2022

Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Roy Goldschmitt to the role of Global Chief Technology Officer, Core Services for all Corporate brands of Flight Centre Travel Group.

Based at the company’s Boston office, Goldschmitt will be responsible for the core shared services that power the customer facing products of FCM and Corporate Traveller and the effectiveness and productivity of its consultants. These services include the business rule & automation platform guaranteeing our data quality, traveller profile & API platforms, and sales and marketing automation. His arrival coincides with the global rollout of new ground-breaking technology offerings for both corporate brands.

“We’re thrilled to welcome someone of Roy’s caliber to the Flight Centre family.” said John Morhous, Global Chief Experience Officer for Flight Centre Travel Group. “Roy brings with him a key combination of in-depth knowledge of the travel tech industry combined with extensive experience in leading customer projects and organisational transformation."

Having enjoyed a productive travel technology career stretching two decades, Goldschmitt joins from Amadeus, where he held the position of Director, Product Development. Experienced in crafting innovative high-scale solutions for airlines and corporate customers and shaping business processes and technology solutions for global organizations, he also has a background in building and leading global teams across North America, Europe, and India.

“I am excited to join Flight Centre at this time as businesses are getting ready to travel again." says Goldschmitt, adding "and with our significant investments in technology, build the innovative and scalable processes and solutions that will allow us to support our customers during this critical time."