Sabre to re­veal UAE mar­ket trends

Sabre is set to show­case the lat­est in­no­va­tions and the Mid­dle Eastern trav­ellers’ be­havioural trends that travel stake­hold­ers should watch out for at ATM.

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The New Sabre Red Workspace, one of the key high­lights for Sabre this year, will be demon­strated at their ATM stand #TT1550. Con­sid­ered to be the next-gen­er­a­tion travel agency plat­form, the sys­tem comes with new de­ci­sion sup­port tools, pre­dic­tive data in­sights and mer­chan­dis­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties that bring agents and sup­pli­ers to­gether to cre­ate per­son­alised ex­pe­ri­ences for trav­ellers. It is de­vel­oped to help cus­tomers meet the new, more em­pow­ered trav­ellers who de­mand per­son­al­i­sa­tion, choice and the abil­ity to un­bun­dle ev­ery com­po­nent of a ticket and dy­nam­i­cally re-bun­dle it to match their needs. Ex­ec­u­tive speak­ers from Sabre and guest cus­tomers will also par­tic­i­pate in the sem­i­nar pro­gramme high­light­ing in­sight­ful top­ics and dis­cus­sions. A panel dis­cus­sion by Sabre on ‘Blur­ring lines in on­line and off­line travel’ will be held on April 25, 2017, from 12:50 hours to 13:50 hours at Tech­nol­ogy The­atre. ‘The Most Com­mon Pit­falls of Ho­tel Web­sites’ will be on April 26, 2017, from 15:15 hours to 15:45 hours at the Show­case The­atre. An­other panel dis­cus­sion ‘Power up with Sabre’ has been sched­uled for be­tween 14:00-15:00 hours where Sabre ex­perts will of­fer in depth demon­stra­tion for the New Sabre Red Workspace, ev­ery day dur­ing ATM in ad­di­tion to en­hanced cor­po­rate tech­nol­ogy so­lu­tions and busi­ness in­tel­li­gent. Spe­cial power up ses­sions will be of­fered to cus­tomers to catch up with Sabre ex­perts and lead­ers from dif­fer­ent busi­ness units to talk about what mat­ters to their busi­ness and how Sabre can help.

“Trav­ellers are will­ing to pay ex­tra to get ad­di­tional value and ser­vice that is cus­tomised specif­i­cally to meet their needs and re­quire­ments,” said Daniel

Naoumovitch, Sabre Travel Net­work, Mid­dle East. “The travel in­dus­try in the Mid­dle

The Mid­dle Eastern trav­eller is high adopter of lat­est tech­nolo­gies and ex­pect travel providers to be up to date with their so­lu­tions and tech­nol­ogy, there­fore we are talk­ing to our cus­tomers in ATM to re­veal some of the trends and be­hav­iours that can help them pro­vide more per­son­alised ser­vice, gen­er­ate rev­enue and cre­ate a loyal cus­tomer

East is unique and has its own spec­i­fi­ca­tions that should be looked at while de­sign­ing travel so­lu­tions. The Mid­dle Eastern trav­eller is high adopter of lat­est tech­nolo­gies and ex­pect travel providers to be up to date with their so­lu­tions and tech­nol­ogy, there­fore we are talk­ing to our cus­tomers in ATM to re­veal some of the trends and be­hav­iours that can help them pro­vide more per­son­alised ser­vice, gen­er­ate rev­enue and cre­ate a loyal cus­tomer.”

ATM brings to­gether play­ers from the travel and tourism in­dus­try from around the world. It is ex­pect­ing more than 23,500 vis­i­tors and 2,700 ex­hibitors from tech­nol­ogy com­pa­nies, travel agen­cies, air­lines, ho­tels, tourism au­thor­i­ties, and many other sup­pli­ers from the travel in­dus­try.

Daniel Naoumovitch

Sabre Travel Net­work Mid­dle East

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