With this new update, Airline revenue managers will save time and take instant action on the most critical market changes that affect revenue.
RateGain Technologies, one of the leading travel and hospitality SaaS company’s, today announced the launch of Market Sense, as an update to its real-time airline pricing intelligence solution, AirGain. The new update is in line with RateGain’s product vision for AirGain to help airline revenue managers gain more control, get real-time actionable insights and improve time to market to maximize revenue every day.
Market Sense, a customizable and easy to use feature allows airline revenue managers to configure specific business rules based on departure dates, channels, fare, routes, return parameters and more such options on their own. Market Sense also helps them identify all violations that need attention as per the set rules.
As air travel continues to grow and more travelers get added every year, airlines can now finally stop delving in the deluge of data of analyzing millions of data points every day and get empowered to simplify their decision-making process with Market Sense.
According to Apurva Chamaria, Chief Revenue Officer, RateGain, “ In our conversations with airline revenue managers, we have always heard one problem consistently that airline revenue managers are stuck in a vicious cycle. They need more data every day and at the same time need to make faster decisions, increasing pressure on them to make up for all lost revenue optimization opportunities. Market Sense is a game changer that simplifies the entire process and helps save time by giving them precise inputs to action and optimize revenue every day.” AirGain launched in 2017, is an innovative SaaS-based airfare pricing intelligence product designed to enhance the revenue & operational efficiency of the airlines and is trusted by forward-looking airlines like Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Allegiant Air, Brussels Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Indigo and many more.
RateGain is the #1 provider of SaaS products, which help travel, and hospitality companies make more revenue every day. RateGain offers products, which help with rate intelligence, cognitive revenue management, smart e-distribution, and brand engagement. RateGain is proud to support 500,000+ hotel properties globally impacting 13 Bn $ revenue by providing 240 billion rate and availability updates & powering over 30 Million bookings. RateGain is trusted by 25 out of the top 30 OTAs, tour operators and wholesalers, 23 of the top 30 hotel chains, 7 out of the top 10 car rental companies, top 5 cruise lines, and many leading airlines worldwide. In 2018, RateGain acquired DHISCO, which made it the only company in the world to offer end-to-end smart distribution.
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