Optimize business travel by going beyond NDC with Sabre
NDC is an industry standard. Going beyond NDC is about innovation, guided by a long-term retailing vision. The integration of NDC in GetThere allows you to strike the right balance between personalization, policy and price. With Sabre, you’ll maximize access to innovative content and give your travelers the options they want, while keeping the control you need. As travel demand increases, we help your travelers shop, book and service itineraries with confidence.
Optimize cost value
NDC gives flexibility a seat beside you at the negotiating table. Work with suppliers to create travel options to deliver value on your terms. Ensure the negotiated content is integrated into thoughtful, scalable workflows.
Improve customer experience
NDC offers appear alongside non-NDC content in Sabre Red 360 agency desktop and GetThere, giving your travelers more options without more clicks.
Care for your travelers
NDC bookings made in Sabre Red 360 and GetThere transition seamlessly into existing agency workflows, allowing you to fulfill duty of care responsibilities and giving your travelers access to dependable support.
You control your program
Tailor your program. Access controls and filters in our GDS and GetThere to ensure NDC fits into your corporate travel program policies.
How to shop and book NDC offers in GetThere
Now, more than ever, flexibility and safety are priorities for business travelers and corporations. Corporate travelers can now shop and book NDC offers using our online booking tool, GetThere. See how it works.
NDC resources for Corporations
October 4, 2022
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August 19, 2022
NDC affects the entire travel value chain. Airlines are credited for creating the concept, but travel agencies, online booking tools and corporate travel buyers want to understand more clearly “what’s in it for them” and what…