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Sabre Travel and Regus sign video conferencing deal
February 9, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Regus will open its network to Sabre Virtual Meetings for real-time access to 1,200 public video conferencing rooms in 550 cities.
Sabre Virtual Meetings' GM Jeremy Stubbs says: "By building upon the Regus network, we'll be able to offer travel buyers the most comprehensive resource for booking and connecting video conferencing rooms around the world."
Andre Sharpe, Global Director of Product and Business Development for Regus, adds: "This ground-breaking agreement will help bring wider travel options and more agile decision making to both travellers and travel planners."
Sabre Virtual Meetings will allow users to view conference room availability in real-time, review rates and features, and book meetings across geographic regions and enable travel buyers to reserve and schedule video conferencing rooms at the same time they book flights and hotels.
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