For independent properties, revenue management has always been the least understood part of operations. Most hoteliers accept that decent revenue management strategies can boost occupancy; however, they don't consider it crucial to their hotel's success.
On top of this, because of independent's strict budgets, hotel owners and general managers stick to a basic, cheap, and frankly unfruitful revenue management service or a trainee who doesn't know the in-depth strategies for maximum profit.
Revenue management is essential...
In this time of uncertainty, it is easy to only consider the short term...
One of the things that we need to make clear when it comes to revenue management, especially successful revenue management, is that it is NOT a one-size-fits-all kind of deal.
Besides, while having revenue management in place was considered a competitive advantage in the past, it is now commonplace and mandatory for a thriving hotel business. Hotels are unique in the revenue management world in that they can differ significantly by experience, ambiance, or brand. With that being said, most hotels offer more than just a bedroom. Revenue management systems should yield food and beverage, special events, and more types of other available revenue streams.
TIP: One other aspect to look at revenue management is to simply not focus on the revenue. Instead, RMS systems should start looking at profit. Two bookings at the same room rate could vary broadly in profitability based on the type of customer or channel.
At never before seen levels of sophistication, we are witnessing revenue leaders accessing analytics, automation, and advanced revenue science. There is an evolution happening all across the travel and hotel industry that is not only changing how guests consume hotel rooms, but how hotels manage and expand their revenues.
Welcome to The Golden Age of revenue management.
The question is: are you and your hotel ready? Get the help you need.
There is no better time than now to get the ultimate revenue management service and help that your hotel needs to prosper in the uncertain and competitive travel industry. What you need are revenue management experts who have been in the industry for decades and know the latest trends and strategies that will guarantee bursting revenue success.
RevOptimum tailors robust revenue increase solutions, strategies, and hotel systems for all hotel types and sizes - without the need to purchase expensive hotel software or pay for high revenue management teams. To clarify, once your hotel begins with RevOptimum they immediately build a fool-proof revenue management plan that exclusively works for your property.
The experts at RevOptimum use the most innovative hotel trends and adapt to current changes smoothly and productively for independent hoteliers. They offer advanced hotel systems and methods to increase revenues rapidly and help independent hoteliers achieve maximum success.
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They are ready to step in and seamlessly integrate into your day-to-day operations, to attain the most dynamic results for your hotel.
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RevOptimum enables revenue management transformation for the hotel industry and supports hoteliers through our expertise and innovative revenue increase structures and proprietary tools. Every day, we strive to deliver the highest levels of revenue performance, client excellence, service quality, and integrity that brings the power of success to the hospitality industry.
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About the Author
Mia Belle Frothingham
Mia Belle Frothingham is the Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of RevOptimum. She oversees all aspects of corporate marketing and outreach strategies, including communications, brand identity, and international and digital advertising. Mia has a Revenue Management certification from Cornell University and is currently an undergraduate student at Harvard University.