Sabre has released technology enabling hotels and airlines to put together personalised offers for customers
In the past year, Yapta has gone from virtually 100% of revenue coming from the consumers to more than 70% attributable to FareIQ, a corporate airfare price tracking tool. We speak to one of its clients.
At a panel talk in London last night, representatives from the European divisions of these major online players revealed insights into their strategies, the limits to their growth, and which smaller startups in the market they admire the most.
Think you know everything about how the modern traveller is embracing technology to the extent that when they travel it becomes part of their DNA?
Prism, a New Mexico, US-based airline customer management system provider, was snapped up by Sabre today for an undisclosed fee.
Technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate â€“ but where it used to be something we use, now itâ€™s part of our DNA.
Sabre Holdings is poised to make what could be one of its biggest investments in recent memory, laying out what a leaked document says is up to $125 million on an undisclosed company.
Walking the floor of last week’s Business Travel Show threw up a number of interesting developments which were less about innovation and more about services to help travellers on the go
Big move into the world of digital meetings by Sabre Travel Network with the unveiling today of a project to allow businesses to book video conferencing rooms.