travel technology

Sabre Partners With Delta on a New Storefront That Makes Airline Offerings Easier to Understand

by | May 4, 2021
The 'New Airline Storefront' is a modern retail solution meant to make comparison shopping easier and more valuable for travelers. The tech features digital shelves that organize an airline's offerings in a side-by-side display. It's the result of an expanded partnership between local travel tech corporation Sabre and Delta Air Lines.
Smart Offers: Sabre Partners With Google on AI-Powered Personalized Travel Tech
by | Nov 4, 2020
It’s not just next-generation technology for the travel market—it’s 'third-generation,' Southlake-based Sabre says. Launching in early 2021, the AI product is being called the industry’s first smart, scalable retail engine designed to customize offerings for travelers.
CruiseBe's Marina and Alex Shumaiev at TechCrunch Disrupt.
From Trip Itineraries To Navigable Maps, Dallas Startup Puts Cruise Planning In One Platform
by | Feb 7, 2018
What started as a trip aggregator has evolved into everything someone needs to take a cruise.
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Sabre Welcomes Joe DiFonzo as First Chief Information Officer
by | Jul 6, 2017
He will help develop Sabre's next-generations tools and processes to support airlines, hotels, travel agencies, and corporate clients worldwide.