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30+ days ago

Technical Accounting Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

of the Manager of Technical Accounting include:Provide technical accounting support for… Ivy Exec


16 days ago

Principal Program Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Responsible for aligning the efforts of departmental or cross-functional teams to support the companys strategic objectives. Coordinates project… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Principal Product Marketing - Enterprise Data & Analytics

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

The Enterprise Data and Analytics team is looking for a Principal Product Marketing leader for an opening on their team. The position will be… Ivy Exec


16 days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

The product marketing principal role provides product line support for program strategy, operational readiness and on-going sales support. This… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Merchandising Software Development Director

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Designs, implements and directs the activities of a software systems development function, software applications development function and/or a… Ivy Exec


16 days ago

Principal, Brand Marketing Program Management

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX +2 locations

The responsible for Brand Marketing Program Management p lans, implements and executes complex marketing campaigns and communications plans and… Ivy Exec


16 days ago

Senior Sales Director

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Responsible for securing new customers for the GetThere/Corporate Solutions organization. Creates and develops a sales pipeline to include new… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Principal Agile Coach

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Provide Agile coaching to teams on all aspects of Agile, with a strong focus on Scrum practices. This includes working in a hands-on manner with the… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Sr. Digital Marketing Specialist

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

Manage relationships with multiple Meta partners (Kayak, Tripadvisor, Trivago etc) Manage end to end execution of marketing campaigns Responsible for… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Engagement Director

Sabre Holdings Dallas, TX

We provide software solutions to travel agencies, corporations, travelers, airlines, hotels, car, rail, cruise and tour operator companies through… Ivy Exec


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    Full of smart, experienced, industry-saavy people who are good to work with but organization is slow to change

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    I have been working at Sabre full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Worked here for over 10 years until leaving for a better opportunity in the industry. The people make this a great place to work. They are smart people who know the industry very well and are happy to share their knowledge with you. Pay is above average for the travel industry and market for companies outside the industry. Benefits were also very competitive with many other industries. I was able to advance my career and grow responsibilities w/o leaving the holdings company.

    Cons

    1. The plus is also a minus. With so many experienced people, it can be tough to find advancement opportunities. It is a culture of who you know and what projects you've worked on or lead.
    2. The GDS business (the core of Sabre) is a mature industry and thus is primarily managed to profitability rather than top line revenue growth. Not a big deal if you are a finance person but maybe it is for someone in brand marketing.
    3. The company is still trying to find ways to grow. It has done acquisitions, it has incubated businesses and it hasn't hit a home run or even a double yet. Perhaps that will change but it struggles to find growth outside of its airline technology business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's time to rip off the band-aid and get to the future. That means taking some risk with acquisitions but it also means taking risk in terms of talent management. I think some people are allowed to stay too long.

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