Sabre Pacific, a travel technology provider in Australasia, has signed a new four-year agreement with Express Travelink to supply the company with technology to shop, book and manage travel, providing access to more than 400 airlines, 100,000 hotels, 25 car rental brands, 50 rail providers and 13 cruise lines.
Sabre Pacific CEO, Gai Tyrrell, says since converting to Sabre in 2005, Express Travelink has doubled its business.
"Over the years, Express Travelink has experienced solid growth, evolving their business to serve their customer’s changing needs. We will continue to support their growth and provide them with future-proof technology to ensure they continue to be successful in the market," says Tyrrell.
Kenny Xiao, Owner/Manager of Express Travelink says renewing the agreement with Sabre Pacific was a natural decision.
"After weighing up the options and reviewing what the other competitors had to offer, I found Sabre's superior functionality and intuitive tools much quicker and easier for our agents to process bookings," says Xiao.
"Because Sabre is web-based, it gives us the flexibility to access our systems – anywhere, anytime. Agents can work from home or while they're out and about, without having to find a Sabre terminal. It’s perfect for our business and very much suits our mobile agents."
Xiao also cited friendly and efficient support from Sabre in Sydney as one of the key motivators of his choice.Express Travelink will use Sabre Red and Client Base.
Thursday, 23 February 2012
Express Travelink renews Sabre
Source = Sabre Pacific