AgentWare and Sabre Sign Agreement

Sabre Travel Network and AgentWare have signed a new developer agreement. AgentWare and Sabre currently work together to provide agencies and corporations access to supplemental travel product content in key geographic markets.

“This is the latest in a series of many new agreements with third party developers that help ensure Sabre customers continue to have access to products and services that complement Sabre solutions, while also recognizing the value Sabre provides our developer partners,” said Chris Kroeger, senior vice president, Sabre Travel Network and general manager of GetThere. “These agreements are part of Sabre’s commitment to ensuring our customers have access to the complementary workflow automation tools and supplemental content they need.”

Content is provided from supplier websites through Sabre NetCheck, available via the MySabre agent desktop, and through GetThere WebConnect. The new authorized developer agreement complements this relationship, ensuring AgentWare has access to Sabre’s most advanced development tools and support. The goal is to give Sabre agency and corporate customers maximum benefits, including those customers who use AgentWare’s suite of products.

“This renewed relationship will enable us to deliver some truly unique benefits to our mutual customers," said Gary Lagarde, president and CEO of AgentWare. "There is undoubtedly a strong need for collaboration efforts such as this.” AgentWare provides dynamic search, booking, and capture technology as well as data intelligence for the travel industry.

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