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Kevin Fliess Joins Airlines Fares and Merchandising Content Distribution Leader ATPCO

Kevin Fliess Joins Airlines Fares and Merchandising Content Distribution Leader ATPCO

By: Michael Mazzocco, Corporate Communications Strategist


DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – August 7, 2017 – Airline fare and merchandising content distribution leader ATPCO today announced the hiring of Kevin Fliess as Vice President, Marketing & Sales. The announcement was made by Rolf Purzer, President and CEO of ATPCO.

“Kevin’s passion for marketing is clear and his ability to lead is exceptional. His experience driving innovative go-to-market models will be invaluable to ATPCO as it continues its transformation into a more agile organization,” said Purzer.

Fliess joins ATPCO from Cvent, where he served as Vice President of Marketing, Hospitality Cloud. He is no stranger to the travel industry, having worked in travel technology ventures spanning the consumer, business transient, and meetings and events sectors. He started the social trip-planning venture TravelMuse in 2007 and then led the launch of the hotel metasearch company Room 77 in 2011.

Fliess has demonstrated success at companies at every stage—from venture-round through hyper-growth to Fortune 100. Previously, Fliess served in leadership roles with Hewlett Packard, Room 77, and SAP.

As Vice President of Marketing & Sales at ATPCO, Fliess will oversee marketing & communications, global sales, and consulting while guiding the demonstration of ATPCO’s vision.



ATPCO is the world leader in airline fare and merchandising content distribution to the travel industry. Its products and services organize fares so they can seamlessly integrate with global distribution systems, pricing systems, computer reservation systems, governments, and related travel organizations. In doing so, ATPCO creates efficiencies across the airline industry to drive the overall fare management process. ATPCO currently works with more than 400 of the world’s largest airlines, holding over 160 million fares with an average of 3.5 million fare changes a day. Find out more at:

Media Contact:
Michael Mazzocco
Corporate Communications Strategist