GE Renews Multi-Year, Global Contract with Sabre’s GetThere

GetThere announced the signing of a global, multi-year renewal agreement with General Electric (GE). In addition to providing its online booking tool for the GE corporate travel program, GetThere also brings its unmatched global presence and support in more than 40 countries to more than 75,000 travelers, Sabre’s GetThere reports.

“GE is a valued customer of GetThere and we have a great history of working together to create a global travel program that increases adoption, consistency and savings. We look forward to continuing our partnership and helping GE travel and collaborate smarter,” said Suzanne Neufang, general manager of GetThere. “Our customers report remarkable results from global implementations. We’re seeing extremely high adoption rates and cost savings that are well above industry averages.”

GetThere says more and more multi-national companies are considering a global strategy for travel management in response to economic pressures, traveler security and the need to increase corporate travel policy compliance.

A global travel program drives efficiency, streamlines management and reporting, and creates an opportunity for deeper trust and understanding with partners, GetThere says. According to PhoCusWright, companies who implement a global travel program see a 10 - 25 percent savings on average within their travel program.

GetThere ranks among the world’s leading online business travel and meetings management solutions, surpassing $9 billion in annual bookings. GetThere provides a user-friendly online booking experience for travelers of more than 2,000 companies, including a majority of multi-national Fortune 200 firms that deploy online booking. GetThere works with all major global distribution systems (GDS).


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