The right room at the right price.’ We’ve all heard this popular mantra, repeated in multiple contexts and purchase scenarios, as a guiding principle for the hotels industry. At Distribution Strategy Studio (DSS), we break down this core concept and explore what’s at its crux:
RateGain Technologies today announced the launch of an all-new, smart User Interface and Experience for its premier hotel rate shopping tool , Optima, with the introduction of Cluster Dashboard and Smart Shopping. The new, sleek Cluster Dashboard presents all the essential rate shopping data in a visually appealing and descriptive manner. With this set of releases, the users surely will have all the ammunition to power their pricing decision in a single dashboard.
The discerning global traveler uses a plethora of tools, accesses multiple platforms, and works with a complex mix of vendors to discover the best travel experience. Great images are an indispensable value-add for the hotelier, adding flesh-and-blood to their customer ‘attraction, retention, and loyalty’ game-plan.
Big Data Technology allows package providers to analyze new age data and generate actionable insights like competitor price change, demand forecast, etc.to take automated decisions at a real time. It’s critical for them to set right data strategy by leveraging cloud & machine learning technology.
The landscape of hotel distribution is constantly evolving. With technology advancing at a bombarding speed and the traveller behaviour undergoing a massive shift, hotel distribution has started to play an increasingly important role in supporting the growth of hotel industry worldwide
RateGain Technologies, the market leader in channel & revenue management for hospitality, today announced that it has successfully upgraded its channel manager connectivity with HRS group, one of the biggest global hotel solutions provider headquartered in Germany. RateGain is the first partner to have successfully implemented the latest version of the HRS connectivity.
Code Itineraries: A road map for the travel industry to unlock one trillion dollars in value by 2025
For Travel companies the disruption is not just from new entrants or nimble competition, but also from the connected traveler who might take his business elsewhere. The hour is upon Travel organizations to start on this digital journey now – before the disruption wave becomes a tsunami. Early movers, with a clear understanding of Code Itineraries, stand to win a piece of the Trillion dollar prize!
Today, when a customer wants to find a hotel, they will often search for options online, using a search engine like Google, or Bing. Indeed, Google’s search engine is a particularly useful tool for this purpose, because in many cases it will also display reviews, room rates, availability and location information as well. For hotel owners, it pays for their hotel’s website and any associated online content to be as visible as possible when people search for terms related to it.