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Sabre reveals Sabre Red Workspace

Posted 29 June 2016 · Add Comment

Sabre has exclusively shown its Sabre Red Workspace to travel consultants and suppliers across the airline, hotel, rail, cruise and car rental industries.

The software provides retailers and suppliers with a content marketplace, decision support tools and predictive data insights to provide travellers with personalised experiences.
 
“Travellers want more than an itinerary; they want to feel confident about their purchases and expect a trip built around choice. That’s why in addition to a superior user experience, our new Sabre Red Workspace provides travel consultants with data insights, relevant offers and price transparency,” said Sean Menke, president of Sabre Travel Network. 
 
“Europe, Middle East, and emerging regions like Africa may have very different growth rates and characteristics, but they are united by a desire to make better use of technology in their business operations and for their travellers,” said Harald Eisenaecher, senior vice president, Sabre Travel Network, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
 

Sabre will begin upgrading travel agency customers in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) to the new solution in early 2017. 

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