Sabre Corp

NASDAQ: SABR
$2.48
-$0.09 (-3.5%)
Closing price April 19, 2024
Sabre Corp is a leading technology provider for the global travel industry, offering a wide array of software and solutions to connect travel suppliers such as airlines, hotels, and car rental companies with travel buyers like agencies and corporate travel departments. Its offerings span from reservation systems and operational software for travel suppliers to comprehensive data analytics. With a commitment to innovation, Sabre simplifies the travel process from planning to booking to experiencing, headquartered in Southlake, Texas.
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