Articles tagged “sabre airline solutions”

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Airline Offers are About to Get Smarter and More Personalized

Airlines can unlock the opportunity for incremental revenue and the experiences their travelers expect with new retailing technology that can help power personalized offer creation and distribution.

Airline Offers are About to Get Smarter and More Personalized

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Sabre’s Major Restructuring Includes Cutting 800 More Jobs

Sabre's leadership team has been like an endurance runner in its strategy of patching up the security of the company's software, breaking down internal business silos, and moving Sabre's systems to the more stable cloud. This latest restructuring is the next phase.

Sabre’s Major Restructuring Includes Cutting 800 More Jobs

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New Wholesale Model Could Shake Up Airline Distribution Thanks to American Airlines Test With Sabre

We read the 100-page rulings on the proposed merger of Sabre and Farelogix so you don't have to. Airlines want to take over a lot of the tech work from Sabre and its rivals and pay travel agencies directly for bookings. American Airlines says the new model has already saved it millions. But the rulings found few tech vendors up to the task.

New Wholesale Model Could Shake Up Airline Distribution Thanks to American Airlines Test With Sabre
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Airlines

How the Airline Industry Can Adopt and Implement New Tech the Right Way

New Distribution Capability (NDC) standards will help facilitate greater personalization and easier distribution of all elements of the ticket sale. However, it isn’t a catch-all solution for all of the airline industry’s retailing challenges. Recognizing that is key to implementing NDC standards the right way.

How the Airline Industry Can Adopt and Implement New Tech the Right Way
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Airlines

Intelligent Scheduling Will Drive the Next Frontier of Improving Customer Experience

Airlines have invested in making many of their offerings increasingly data-driven in recent years. Yet they haven’t taken the same approach to schedules, one of their preeminent products.

Intelligent Scheduling Will Drive the Next Frontier of Improving Customer Experience

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Sabre’s $110 Million Deal for Radixx Gives It New Upside in Passenger Services Tech

Sabre's acquisition of Radixx is yet another sign that the travel technology giant is shoring up its competitive position vis-à-vis its rival Amadeus in the lucrative market for selling airlines operational technology.

Sabre’s $110 Million Deal for Radixx Gives It New Upside in Passenger Services Tech
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Airlines

How Airlines Can Optimize Revenue and Deliver Personalization With Dynamic Offers

Airlines must move beyond static offers to dynamic, personalized offers that not only take into account what a customer wants, but also what a customer might be willing to pay for it.

How Airlines Can Optimize Revenue and Deliver Personalization With Dynamic Offers
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Airlines

Scalability is Key to Driving Adoption of New Distribution Capability Standards

When it comes to implementing and adopting the New Distribution Capability standards for airline retailing, there needs to be a strong focus on enabling scalability, across the entire retailing, distribution, and fulfillment process.

Scalability is Key to Driving Adoption of New Distribution Capability Standards

Airlines

Why Do Airlines Suffer So Many Tech Glitches?

A British Airways hiccup earlier this month was merely the latest tech outage at a number of airlines. Why does the industry suffer from so many glitches? Experts point to some deeper reasons beyond the commonly heard "old tech" explanation.

Why Do Airlines Suffer So Many Tech Glitches?

Airlines

Texts Between Sabre Execs About Farelogix Deal Fuel U.S. Antitrust Lawsuit

Sabre had tried the unorthodox legal tactic of pursuing its $360 million acquisition of Farelogix, an airline tech vendor, without waiting for approval from U.S. antitrust watchdogs. But it apparently didn't count on federal attorneys claiming they have text messages between Sabre executives acknowledging the anti-competitive nature of the deal.

Texts Between Sabre Execs About Farelogix Deal Fuel U.S. Antitrust Lawsuit