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Andy Hermo

Andy Hermo

VP, General Manager, Enterprise Accounts
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Andy Hermo is vice president, general manager of enterprise accounts for Sabre Hospitality Solutions. Within his role, he is responsible for leading the development and execution of global hospitality enterprise account business development strategies, as well as share of wallet and revenue growth strategies with existing enterprise customers.

Andy has over two decades of experience in strategy, sales, business development, customer care operations, product management, product delivery and business process reengineering across multiple industries. He joined Sabre in 2017 as VP, strategic initiatives, and then transitioned to VP, global operations prior to his current role. Andy’s accomplishments at Sabre include successfully leading the largest technology implementation in the history of hospitality, directing the biggest same-day multi-systems migration in the history of hospitality, and delivering numerous process and efficiency improvements across the hospitality solutions group. Prior to Sabre, Andy was co-founder and partner for Hudson Crossing, LLC management consulting; leader, global reengineering and strategy at Dun & Bradstreet Corporation; group VP, global efficiencies at Cendant Travel Distribution Services; managing director, VP, sales and marketing at Cendant Travel Distribution Services; VP, field sales and marketing at GE Capital Card Services; and national sales manager and channel manager at GE Lighting.

Andy received a Master of Business Administration degree from Emory University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Northeastern University. He serves on the Northeastern University Alumni Rugby Club board of advisors, and volunteers with Boy Scouts of America, Northern Highlands Junior Football and Baseball, and Peace for Paws.

In his spare time, Andy enjoys rugby, traveling, fishing, golfing, hiking, skiing and coaching youth athletics.