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Kanoo Travel-Sabre renew deal

Bahrain Business
Fri, 15 Apr 2016
GDN Online Desk

Manama: Kanoo Travel signed an agreement with Sabre Corporation to continue using Sabre’s industry-leading technology to manage travel. 

“We have consistently been on the forefront of offering the very best of travel services in the most professional manner to achieve the travel policy objectives of our clients and we trust that deploying the best technology is the way to achieve this,” said Kanoo Travel executive general manager Praveen Gandhi. 

“Over the years, Sabre has delivered innovative technologies and latest solutions to support our business objectives, and they are a proven and reliable technology partner equipped with the right technology and team. We are proud to reaffirm our relationship and continue working together towards creating an exceptional travel experience for our customers,” Mr Gandhi added.

“Kanoo Travel is an early adopter and is quick to see the business and customer benefits of new and emerging technology,” said Sabre Travel network Middle East chief executive Daniel Naoumovitch. 

“The Krystal solution will enable Kanoo to continue their global growth and expansion, and equip them with the tools they need to provide a higher level of customer service to meet the expectations of their tech-savvy customers. It’s another example of a customised solution built on our customers’ needs and their desire to compete and succeed in a global marketplace. 

“We work hand-in-hand to maximise their revenue, reduce their cost and create a more personalised experience for travellers.” 

“Sabre over the last 15 years has helped Kanoo deliver its vision of travel excellence by enabling agencies to use the latest technologies to serve customers.” 

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