ATPCO, the airline retailing and pricing data company, announced it will use Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud-based platform, “to drive further innovation in flight shopping.” The multiyear relationship will enable ATPCO, according to an announcement, to continue modernizing its applications to support faster, large-scale growth for airlines and partners while enabling new solutions to be built more rapidly. The airline-owned ATPCO powers global flight shopping in its database of over 400 carriers. This new collaboration with AWS, according to the announcement, enables ATPCO to innovate faster, scale more efficiently, and deliver the emerging benefits of its Dynamic Offer Creation and Next Generation Storefront initiatives. John Murphy, chief information officer, said that powering the future of flight shopping “demands modern solutions, and this collaboration gets us closer to this vision significantly faster.” He said working with AWS means ATPCO “can drive more innovation, reduce technical debt, and free ourselves from the constraints of legacy systems and infrastructure.”