Vietnam Airlines Expands Relationship With Sabre, Adopting Intelligent Offer Management Solutions

PRNewswire | November 08, 2019

Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), the leading technology provider to the global travel industry, today signed a multimillion-dollar agreement with longstanding customer Vietnam Airlines. The carrier will adopt Sabre Revenue Optimizer and SabreSonic Inventory solutions to enable responsive real-time origin and destination (O&D) revenue management. This will further strengthen Vietnam Airlines' forecasting and inventory control capabilities, helping maximize its revenue and setting the foundation for dynamic offer creation.

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Travelers are faced with seemingly infinite choices - from what devices and channels to use to which friends and experts to consult - on their path to a booking, and last year saw a substantial shift in leisure traveler shopping behaviors.

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Travelers are faced with seemingly infinite choices - from what devices and channels to use to which friends and experts to consult - on their path to a booking, and last year saw a substantial shift in leisure traveler shopping behaviors.

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