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June 11, 2012

Alila Jakarta Picks EzRMS SaaS Revenue Management Solutions



Alila Jakarta, a hotel in Indonesia that offers a cool, modern retreat for young urbanites and executives, recently picked Easy (Ez) Revenue Management Solutions Company for its SaaS (News - Alert) revenue and yield management solutions.

The first true design hotel, Alila Jakarta plans to implement the EzRMS Core Module in order to increase their total revenue potential in the long term.

“By deploying EzRMS, it is expected to allow us to understand the market demand and customer behavior, thus revenue managing our property more efficiently,” said Eric Faivre, General Manager at Alila Jakarta. “We have confidence that the EzRMS system will be able to help us maximise our revenue and improve yielding for our hotel property.”

EzRMS is a packaged hotel revenue management solution delivered as Software as a Service, specifically developed for the hospitality industry by Solution Specialists / Revenue Management Scientists. The automated revenue management system therefore takes into consideration length-of-stay and guest per room concepts, unique to the hospitality industry.

This innovative solution promises to answer all the questions raised by Revenue Management Science and is designed to let hotel, or group of hotels, sell the right product to the right customer, at the right time and at the right price.

“Alila Jakarta has painstakingly built up the revenue management culture to the point that implementing an automated revenue management system is the next logical step,” said John Poon, Regional Director at EasyRMS. “Throughout the engagement process, it was obvious that the management of Alila Jakarta was looking for a system that befits their organisational and operational needs, now and into the future. Suffice it to say, EzRMS was chosen for the right reasons.”

EasyRMS is a gloabl provider of SaaS revenue and yield management solutions, backed by the confidence of more than 1,000 clients.




Edited by Braden Becker
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