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Amadeus and Accor Sign New Revenue Management Agreement

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 11 April 2012
 

Accor has extended its revenue management partnership with Amadeus.

With the extension of this partnership, which is built upon more than 10 years cooperation between the two companies in the area of revenue management, both companies will work jointly to identify ways to optimise the use of Amadeus Revenue Management system across the Accors properties, which will include the roll-out of a training campaign for revenue managers to increase the knowledge and adoption of the solution.

Jean-Luc Chrtien, Executive VP Sales, Distribution & Loyalty at Accor Hospitality said, Over these 10 years of cooperation, Amadeus has proved to be a key partner and supported us in the deployment of the revenue management solution across our organisation. For this reason we are pleased to extend our long-standing relationship with Amadeus to keep collaborating in a closer way to provide our hotel revenue managers with a sophisticated solution to increase the profitability of our hotels.

Accor will continue to use Amadeus Revenue Management, a state-of-the-art, web-based solution that makes intelligent rate and inventory recommendations to maximise hotels revenue contribution and increase profitability, using advanced forecasting models combined with detailed historical and future booking data.

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