Revenue Technology: Are You Doing It Wrong?

When it comes to executing a successful and profitable strategy, there are more than a few ways today’s revenue management technology can help every single hotel master their unique business.

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Technology Don’t Work? Shoot It.

Hotels are at an exciting – and potentially scary — point in the arc of revenue technology adoption where some organizations have to make the tough decision to terminate an existing system, or switch technology providers in the pursuit of finding a better fit for their business strategy.

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Back to the Futurecasting

While hotels can’t go back in time (or forward) to arrive at their optimal strategy, there are things hotels are doing in the present to make for the most positive impacts on their future.

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3 Lessons to Learn From “Hidden Figures”

As a proud hotel veteran, and as client relationship manager working with some of the most impressive and iconic hotels in the Americas, it never fails to surprise me how many similarities our industry has with other branches of life. The lessons I took from this movie, for example, were a clear indication of this worldly interconnection.

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The Endless Summer Marketing Campaign

It’s that time of year when hotels are eager to maximize their summer holiday months, enticing guests to purchase more premium rooms, stay longer and spend more while onsite. But how can marketing and revenue management target their unique offesr to the potential guests with the greatest chance of booking?

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Revenue Technology Needs to Take Risks

The inherent nature of revenue management is mathematical and scientific. But while revenue management and specifically, the hospitality industry, might drive forward with advanced principles of science and math, its survival depends largely on its heart.

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