Spending tons of time creating customer proposals? Here`s how to fix it

The rise in online shopping technology is changing the way potential travelers approach booking a trip. With access to an incredible amount of information, the savvy traveler now browses numerous travel sites

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The Next Evolution of the Travel Desktop – Making Your Customers Happy Has Never Been Easier

We’ve all been there. We complain about the extra couple of seconds it takes for a webpage to load or the “fast food” that’s not fast. Let’s face it: consumers are more demanding than ever. They want it now and they want it their way. How did we go from traditional mail delivery to same-day delivery service? How did the multi-billion-dollar travel industry, serving millions of travelers, get past the inefficient manual reservations process? The […]

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Manage Large Volumes of Data: New REST Advanced Features

Data managed by applications continues to insanely grow. Travel data is no different: a simple search of fares from a unique city pair on a specific date can result in hundreds of options, if you add capabilities available to shop for alternate airports and alternate dates, the response matrix returned can have thousands of options to choose from. Sabre has introduced new capabilities to help developers deal with large volumes of data, including pagination and […]

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Improved Data Structure for Fare Calculations Breakdown

Historically, developers have struggled with parsing information from Fare Calculations as part of pricing responses. For example, parsing the Q surcharge amount from the plain text string can be challenging, especially when multiple Q charges may apply for more than one segment. Given that most airlines pay commission based on the Base Fare (less any Q-surcharges) which must be included in ticketing request, simplifying this effort provides great value.

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