Sabre’s software, data, mobile and distribution solutions are used by hundreds of airlines and thousands of hotel properties to manage critical operations, including passenger and guest reservations, revenue management, flight, network and crew management. Sabre also operates a leading global travel marketplace, which processes more than $120 billion of estimated travel spend annually by connecting travel buyers and suppliers.
Sabre’s first center in India, Bangalore was set up in 2005 with a vision to innovate, develop and deliver solutions to help the travel industry solve business problems. Over the last 10 years, Sabre in India has developed software solutions that have driven the future of global travel marketplace across airlines, hotels, car rental outlets, railways and cruise line. We build automated tools and software for tour operators and travel buyers including travel agencies, travel management companies and corporate travel departments. Sabre also offers enterprise data and analytics, and operations research to enable travel companies take data driven decisions, and caters to customer care, implementation and consulting services to clients globally and in India.
Pioneer in travel technology, Sabre holds top position in three of the four global market regions for Global Distribution Systems provider for air bookings and handles over a third of the world’s travel agency transactions.
Sabre’s presence in India has also helped it cater to Indian and global airline carriers including Air India, Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Cambodia Angkor Air, Aero Mexico, Philippine Airlines and Kulula Air.
Technology that Touches Millions of Travelers Everyday
Headquartered in Southlake, Texas, USA, Sabre has more than 9,000 employees across 160 countries and invests hundreds of millions in product development each year to serve customers through cutting-edge technology developed in six facilities spread across four continents.
Sabre’s technology solutions have transformed business for its global customer base of more than 425,000 travel agents, 400 airlines and 176,000 hotel properties.
In 2014, Sabre technology processed over $120 billion of estimated travel spend and more than 1.1 trillion system messages.
Sabre is a global leader in the Online Travel Agency space and all of the top 10 global OTAs including Expedia, Priceline, Travelong and Despegar partner with us.
Our corporate online travel booking tool – GetThere processes more than 12 million transactions annually, delivers $2 billion in annual savings to our customers, and is currently used in 95 countries.
Tripcase – our mobile application for travel itinerary management is rated 5-star in the iOS App Store and will manage more than 40 million trips for travelers this year.
2014 marks Sabre’s 12th consecutive year to be included in InformationWeek's annual ranking of the most innovative users of information technology in the U.S. Sabre was the only technology company in the travel industry to make the Elite 100 list.
Currently, more than 20,000 independent and chain hotels deploy Sabre hospitality technology and solutions to operate and market their properties around the world.
Some key awards and initiatives in India
Awarded ‘India’s Best Companies to Work For’ in 2009 by the Great Place to Work (GPTW), the Sabre’s development center in Bangalore provides employees a working environment that encourages personal growth and development, including opportunities to pursue higher education.
Sabre’s Hotel RFP - one of the industry’s top online hotel sourcing and rate negotiation tools for corporations and agencies won Travel Weekly’s 2014 Gold Magellan Award and Global Business Traveler Association (GBTA) 2011 Business Traveler Innovation People’s Choice Award.
Sabre has collaborated with the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India to set up India’s First Aviation University in 2015. Sabre will play a central role in guiding the formation of the curriculum and providing tools and platforms for training.
Sabre was awarded the prestigious 2015 Zinnov Award in the category of “Customer Centricity”