• Ivana Marinović Matović Addiko Bank AD Beograd
Keywords: contemporary technology, sustainable tourism, management, resources management


Contemporary technology is used as a key resource in which business organizations can provide increased revenues and increase competitiveness in the market in the long run. Technology in sustainable tourism management is particularly important because new technologies should find alternative solutions to the use of natural resources. The work will explore the impact of modern technologies in managing sustainable tourism. The application of modern information and communication technologies makes tourism products and services complementary, and the tourist offer is more attractive and competitive. This paper seeks to show how to manage sustainable tourism, through new technologies, and thereby positively affect the competitiveness of the tourist destination in order to make progress in the long run and benefit from its business.


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How to Cite
Marinović Matović, I. (2019). CONTEMPORARY TECHNOLOGIES IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM MANAGEMENT. Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja - TISC, 4(1), 450-466. Retrieved from