It also will include agency revenue-optimization tools and “a beautifully designed user interface that will maximize agent productivity,” Sabre's CEO Tom Klein said during a conference call with investment analysts to discuss the company’s fourth quarter and full year earnings. The company reported net income of $130.4 million for the fourth quarter, up from $46.9 million in fourth-quarter 2014, and $548.9 million for the full year, up from $71.9 million in 2014. Total revenue for 2015 was up 12.5%, to $2.96 billion. Sabre Travel Network, the company’s GDS business, increased revenue by 13.4%, to $2.1 billion. Bookings were up 17.7%, to 442.7 million, boosting Sabre’s worldwide market share by a full point, to 36.6%. The increases were largely due to Sabre’s acquisition of Abacus International, the Asian GDS company, at the end of June. The Airline and Hospitality Solutions business also had a good year, with revenue up 10.9%, to $872.1 million. Get the full story at Travel Market Report