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Sabre Vice Chairman Joins Upper Hand Board of Directors

December 5, 2016

Upper Hand Inc., the leader in cloud-based sports management software and business services, announced that Sabre Travel Network Vice Chairman, Greg Webb, has joined the Board of Directors.

Webb’s experience in identifying and supporting growth opportunities for Travel and Telecom teams in the tech industry, provides a unique advantage as Upper Hand continues to expand its reach in the sports tech space. As President of Sabre Travel Network for more than five years, Webb led the overhaul of the business into a dynamic, multi-billion dollar, high-growth, global provider of travel industry solutions.

Webb’s appointment comes at a time when Upper Hand is ramping up growth activity and product market expansion to meet the needs of sports management professionals. Webb will offer valuable perspective on emerging technology, partnership opportunities and market growth strategies.

Upper Hand CEO, Kevin MacCauley, spoke to Webb’s appointment to the Board of Directors saying, “Greg Webb brings a little bit of everything to the playing field, from marketing and product development, to his transformational leadership style, we couldn’t be more excited to add him to our existing slate of board members.”

Webb has a reputation as a transformational leader with a values-first style. Additionally, Webb shares Upper Hand’s love of sports, as an avid cyclist and participant in several Ironman competitions.

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About Upper Hand:
Upper Hand simplifies front and back-end office tasks for sports businesses, provides cutting-edge marketing tools and offers business intelligence that enables unsurpassed performance for its customers. Customized software and pricing are fit to each individual’s sports business needs with the objective of helping every customer grow their business. Upper Hand is proudly headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. To learn more about Upper Hand, visit