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Sabre Launches SafePoint Mobile Duty of Care Solution

July 20, 2016 By: Newswire

safepointAt the GBTA Convention 2016, Sabre Corporation announced SafePoint, a new mobile duty of care solution. 

SafePoint automatically monitors all of the corporation’s trips. For travelers using TripCase, SafePoint will monitor a traveler’s entire itinerary, and not just PNR segments. This includes out of program bookings and other trip components. TripCase allows the traveler to check in with their corporation and provide GPS location while also having easy access to their emergency assistance hotline. For travel managers, risk management teams and security advisors a dashboard allows them to view events impacting their travelers across desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

Sable has selected iJET International as the exclusive provider of travel and security intelligence to SafePoint. In the event of an incident or disrupted travel, iJET’s travel intelligence will feed into SafePoint, which will automatically notify impacted travelers via the TripCase mobile app, SMS, email and push notifications.

The safety tracking capabilities of SafePoint are integrated in TripCase as a single solution to access and manage all trip-based data, and travelers don’t need to download a separate app out of corporate policy, Sabre said. 

Sabre plans to make SafePoint available to customers worldwide later this year. 


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By Newswire | July 20, 2016
Sabre announced the new product, which monitors a traveler’s entire itinerary, at the GBTA Convention 2016. Here’s a quick look.