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Articles tagged “sabre”

Travel Technology

Amadeus, Sabre, and Oracle Hospitality Execs Talk Modernizing Hotels

The hospitality arms of Amadeus, Sabre, and Oracle are all focused on bringing hotels into the 21st century. There's a lot of catching up to do.

Amadeus, Sabre, and Oracle Hospitality Execs Talk Modernizing Hotels

Travel Technology

Sabre Buys Startup That Helps Luxury Hotels Sell Gift Cards

The startup Techsembly performs a neat trick in letting luxury hotel brands like The Peninsula sell gift cards to boost upsells without creating a downmarket vibe. No wonder it caught Sabre's eye.

Sabre Buys Startup That Helps Luxury Hotels Sell Gift Cards

Travel Agents

Google-Sabre Deal Lets Travel Agents Check Carbon Emissions for Flights 

Accessing carbon emissions data for flights will one day be standard fare across the travel industry. These implementations are a sign of more to come.

Google-Sabre Deal Lets Travel Agents Check Carbon Emissions for Flights 

Hotels

Wyndham Is Tapping Oracle Hospitality for Tech at 2,000 More Hotels

Another hotel brand announcing mass adoption of a cloud-based property management system. Who's next?

Wyndham Is Tapping Oracle Hospitality for Tech at 2,000 More Hotels

Tourism

India Daily: Sabre Data Suggests Aviation’s Strong Growth Potential

Sabre highlighted the market's growth potential. But it is contingent on the government's commitment to the aviation sector, including a $12 billion investment.

India Daily: Sabre Data Suggests Aviation’s Strong Growth Potential

Travel Technology

Tripadvisor’s Plans for the Future

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks at Sabre’s cuts, Tripadvisor’s shifts, and Navan’s advances.

Tripadvisor’s Plans for the Future

Travel Technology

Sabre Is Cutting 15 Percent of Its Workforce, Roughly 1,100 Jobs

Big tech companies everywhere have been dropping staff, and now it's Sabre's turn. This may also be a result of a permanently changed travel industry post-pandemic and Sabre's effort to keep up.

Sabre Is Cutting 15 Percent of Its Workforce, Roughly 1,100 Jobs

Tourism

India Daily: Oyo Showed Strength in U.S. Bookings in the 4th Quarter

Oyo’s planned expansion into the U.S. comes shortly after the company revived its potential initial public offering plans. Surely, there's a lot brewing but not without a fair share of challenges.

India Daily: Oyo Showed Strength in U.S. Bookings in the 4th Quarter

Business Travel

American Airlines Hits Smaller Hubs With Steeper Airfares Through Legacy Channels

Erratic airfares will likely be a theme over the course of the year. The question is how damaging, reputationally speaking, will the settling down period be for American Airlines, compared to the financial gains — short or long term.

American Airlines Hits Smaller Hubs With Steeper Airfares Through Legacy Channels

Travel Technology

Former Orbitz CEO Pushes a Connected Journey Through Data Partnerships

Based on the company's claims, Journera's product could answer travel company prayers for better connectivity — but as with any startup, the trick is getting potential clients to agree.

Former Orbitz CEO Pushes a Connected Journey Through Data Partnerships