Sabre Launches New Traveler Security and Data Suite

Sabre Travel Network, a marketplace for buying and selling travel, recently announced that it has launched its new Traveler Security and Data Suite.

The new suite provides a solution to enable corporate travel managers and agencies to quickly locate travelers worldwide, as well as providing insight through historical and advanced-booking reports.

In a recent survey of Corporate Travel Managers, The National Business Travel Association found that the impact of terror plots on corporate travel and air security was the most prominent travel event of 2006.

To address this top industry need for the corporate marketplace, Sabre created the Traveler Security and Data Suite as interactive, Web-based application that provides secure access to pertinent travel data and delivers detailed reports to help corporate travel agents and travel managers quickly take action in case of an event anywhere in the world.

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