Articles tagged “Sabre Hospitality”

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Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

Technology is developing faster than many hotels’ ability to implement it, so some chains turn to tech specialists to stay up to date. Wyndham is tapping Oracle Hospitality for its full-service brands and Sabre for its select-service brands.

Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

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Sabre’s Hotel Tech Services Proving More Resilient Than Core Airline Distribution

It must be heartening to Sabre to win Louvre, Europe's second-largest hotel group, as a customer of its central reservation system. But Sabre didn't notch significant hotel enterprise wins in recent pre-Covid years. So it will need to sign other hotel groups in 2021 to sustain momentum.

Sabre’s Hotel Tech Services Proving More Resilient Than Core Airline Distribution

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Sabre to Boost Its Travel Tech Investment by $150 Million This Year

Sabre CEO Sean Menke is right to highlight the progress his business has made during the three years since he took the top job. He's also right to insist the company needs to invest more in tech to keep up with the travel industry's pace of digital change. But will investors be patient?

Sabre to Boost Its Travel Tech Investment by $150 Million This Year

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Accor Taps Sabre for Pilot of Major Hotel Tech Project

Accor recently rebranded its loyalty program under the phrase "Live Limitless." The company needs to replace its limited technology structure to meet that ambition, and this deal represents a huge commercial win for Sabre.

Accor Taps Sabre for Pilot of Major Hotel Tech Project

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Sabre Looks for Efficiencies With Cloud Migration on Track

CEO Sean Menke has turned around Sabre's performance since coming on board in 2017. No wonder investors have bid up the travel technology company's share price since then.

Sabre Looks for Efficiencies With Cloud Migration on Track

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Alibaba-Backed Shiji Expands to Hotels Outside of China

Beijing-based Shiji serves more than 47,000 hotels outside of China. This is the first time it has spoken candidly with independent English-language media about its acquisition strategy. This year its subsidiaries have won deals with MGM Resorts, Radisson, and other major brands. Reading between the lines, it has big plans in the works.

Alibaba-Backed Shiji Expands to Hotels Outside of China

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Why Hotels Envy Airlines When It Comes to Managing Revenue

The revenue management industry picked an odd time to have an identity crisis, given the opportunity for additional profit that new rate-setting and distribution software could bring.

Why Hotels Envy Airlines When It Comes to Managing Revenue