Behind us there are 20 years of dynamic changes – in Sabre, in the technology sector, and in the travel industry. We have no doubts that the next 20 year will bring even more changes. But what are those changes? Let’s see what our employees think about it.
What will happen to Sabre Polska in the next 20 years? Here is the answer of Sebastian Drzewiecki, Managing Director:
“While technologies have already become critical for the existence of many companies in the world, modern and innovative technological solutions determine the advantage, or the failure, of a given company in the market. Sabre occupies a unique place in an ecosystem that connects thousands of travel companies around the world, providing them with critical technology platforms and software. Many of us love travelling and I strongly believe that we will continue loving it, that is why I am positive that the next 20 years will be a fascinating journey for Sabre – a travel into modern technologies and solutions, which is a route to the unknown for us as well. In my opinion, both Sabre and other tech companies will develop dynamically and discover a technological universe still completely unexplored”.
What will traveling be like in the next 20 years? Here is what Weronika Szpytma answered:
“From what I have seen, I am quite sure that in the next years the travel options will be more personalized and detailed, offering the travelers the possibility of selecting every single element of a trip. There might be also changes in the way of presenting travel services: for example, it could be possible to add the VR technology to photos and descriptions, experience ‘for real’ the place we plan to visit and, on this basis, decide the best offer to choose. Speaking of means of transport, they will certainly be more automated and allow for faster and more comfortable trips. Who knows, maybe Sabre will soon make it possible to book seats not only on trains or planes, but also on a vacuum railway…”
What are the key challenges that IT companies will face in the next 20 years? Here is Sebastian Drzewiecki’s opinion about it:
“I think that one of the main challenges that companies will have to deal with now and in the next future is the availability of talent on the market, especially in the IT sector. With the growing need of modern technologies, the global pool of talents may turn out to be insufficient”.