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Sabre enhances GetThere to better manage business travel
Southlake and Singapore, April 4, 2017
 

Sabre has revamped GetThere, its online travel management solution, after conducting research sessions to evaluate what travellers and travel mangers wanted and needed out of a booking tool.

 

The newly redesigned GetThere features include a simplified and responsive design; an intuitive booking workflow powered by Sabre’s technology that is accessible and consistent on any device – desktop, tablet, and smartphone; and Sabre’s air merchandising capabilities to support airlines’ branded fares with existing travel policy.

 

 

Travel managers also have more options to use fare rules to identify Out-of-Policy fares and control whether certain flights are displayed within the search results. Business travellers now have access to the full breadth of available fares offered by the carrier, beyond the lowest airfare.

 

“Today’s business traveller wants the convenience of self-service solutions. Our new traveller-centric design in GetThere puts the user first with new mobile capabilities and relevant content that’s essential for a smarter travel programme,” said Wade Jones, interim president of Sabre Travel Network.

 

“Travel managers and travellers will also have access to more content and the ability to differentiate various fare offerings from airlines including branded fares – helping business travellers get the exact services and features that they need to be productive.”

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