Sabre Appoints Jeff Fullmer Vice President And Regional General Manager Of The Americas For Airline Solutions
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR) today announced it has appointed Jeff Fullmer as Vice President and Regional General Manager of the Americas for the company’s Airline Solutions business.
Jeff Fullmer, new Vice President and General Manager for Sabre Airline Solutions Americas.
In this role, Fullmer will oversee the sales team for the Americas, including North America and Latin America and work closely with airline customers in this region. He brings 19 years of sales and customer management experience at IBM, where he most recently served as Managing Partner, Infrastructure Services. He has also held general manager, area general manager and regional manager positions within IBM.
“Jeff brings extensive global, technical, sales and customer management experience which will drive his role of building strong relationships with airline customers and helping them determine how Sabre’s solutions and consulting services can best help customers meet their growth goals,” said Greg Gilchrist, Sabre senior vice president and chief customer officer. “His strong track record of building cross-functional, collaborative teams that drive best practices to exceed customer expectations is another critically important part of his experience that will further strengthen the Americas team.”
His predecessor, Mike Douglass, has taken on a new role as take a new role as Vice President, Global Head of Strategic Sales, managing large airline software portfolio engagements, including working with airlines who require a complex set of solutions from the deepest and broadest portfolio in the airline industry. Both Douglass and Fullmer will report to Gilchrist.
Fullmer earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Utah.
Sabre’s technology is used by more than 225 airlines worldwide, including most of the world’s largest carriers. Its flexible and scalable software allow airlines to operate how they want to, and adapt their business to changing needs and requirements. It optimizes day-today airline operations and ultimately helps airlines solve their biggest challenges – to increase revenues, reduce costs and deliver better travel experience.