London, May 25, 2018, RateGain Technologies, a leader in providing big data and distribution solutions for Travel and Hospitality, once again has taken the first step to ensuring that its customers get better control of what data is shared and a better accountability of what data is used. From 25th May onwards, all business processes and systems at RateGain adhere to the the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In a continued commitment to our customers and their data, RateGain also became the first rate-intelligence and distribution solutions company to appoint a Data Protection officer.
Amit Bhatia, Senior Vice President of operations at RateGain will additionally be responsible for ensuring compliance with GDPR and handling related matters. The appointment is aimed to develop and monitor policies as well as procedures to protect personal data and adopt appropriate technical and organizational measures.
According to Amit Bhatia, “In today’s data-driven world, privacy concerns are increasing every day. As an organization, we now have solutions that help in monitoring, compliance and surveillance of data enabling detection and response without delays when infringement of data occurs. We are GDPR ready to meet regulatory requirements and also address concerns of all our customers worldwide. “
RateGain is a leading provider of cloud-based innovative solutions for the Travel and Hospitality Industry. RateGain provides the latest technology in rate intelligence, price optimization, seamless electronic distribution and brand engagement. Founded in 2004, RateGain has 12,000 clients around the globe including hotels, online travel agents, airlines, car rental companies, cruise liners as well as tour operators and wholesalers like IHG, Melia Hotels International, Lufthansa, Expedia, Hertz Corporation, Priceline.com, Carnival Cruise, etc. Through our unwavering commitment to excellence and our guiding principles, we help hospitality and travel companies make more revenue every day.
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Aditi Bhandari, Senior Manager Marketing
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