Sabre Upgrades Sabre Hotel RFP Solution

Sabre Corporation has introduced a range of new utilities to its Sabre Hotel RFP Solution, which are designed to simplify the hotel negotiation and request for proposal (RFP) process for corporate travel managers and travel agents. The improved facilities will enhance users experience by providing a simplified experience across multiple processes. These enhancements aim to increase efficiency and reduce training time for new users.

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Sabre is also offering hotel program consulting services to travel buyers as an alternative to self-service automation. This service will assist companies with everything from managing implementation to gathering industry rate trends and negotiating corporate hotel programs on the behalf of the company. 


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In addition, the new solution will incorporate some additional enhancements. This includes an easy to populate data capability which saves time by giving corporations the ability to select a location and automatically see the hotels within a certain radius of that location. As well, it will feature an updated Hotel Directory which will allow users to display hotel rates by market and policy level as needed and new navigation and structure increases corporate visibility and likelihood of hotel response to RFPs.

Saber’s new facilities will be showcased at Sabre’s booth during the 2014 GBTA Convention in Los Angeles.



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