Company veteran Yannis Karmis left Sabre in January as the firm reorganized its approach to the corporate market. Led by newcomer Clinton Anderson, the ambitious strategy includes a new path for GetThere but ditches TruTrip. It seeks to solve the tricky issue of out-of-program spend. It aims to deliver heretofore untapped potential in payments and mobile. It's benefiting from a 40 percent increase in investment this year, a realigned team and new blood.
Anderson joined Sabre from Bain & Co. in 2014 as senior vice president for strategy and business development. Four months ago, the company tasked . . .