Dallas, Texas 08/21/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ:SABR) the technology company providing a range of travel as well as tourism services spans software use cases besides a presence in mobile as well as distribution solutions for hotel industry and the airline industry.
It has now taken a further step into providing cutting-edge solutions through integrated app services between its flag-ship Tripcase as well as Uber, the ground-breaking taxi-on-app hiring service.
The chief Product Officer at Uber, Jeff Holden, was quoted as thus, “TripCase’s integration with Uber’s new public API puts requesting an Uber in context, right inside the TripCase app.”
As most airline services now begin to offer Uber integration on their native booking apps, the importance and ubiquity of services this modern taxing-booking service offers is well showcased.
As Jeff Holden commented, “TripCase customers can now use Uber to seamlessly get from one step of their journey to the next, all without having to manually switch apps or enter a destination address.”
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ:SABR) travel management app- TripCase has won several awards and has been successful in aggregating travel itinerary information. As with offers offered by airlines, passengers booking their Uber rides with Trip Case are in for superior, advanced user-features. These include sophisticated services include populating the app with the both the pick-up address as well as the drop-off address.
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ:SABR) has definitely been redefining the technology experience of its users through its various integrated services. As senior Vice President of Sabre Traveler Solutions noted, “Technology has changed travelers’ expectations, and Uber has revolutionized the way people get a ride. “
The development of the app was based on research, after nearly 765 of the travellers preferred Uber to make ground transport bookings.
He also noted that, “This integration means TripCase users will not have to worry about finding a ride, having cash or scrambling for an address.”