News for the Hospitality Executive
Revenue Management Pricing Conference Delivers
NextGen Strategies to Boost the Bottom Line
Leading execs from GM, Delta, UPS and other top companies
share revenue generating practices
|ATLANTA, GA, September 21, 2007 – Georgia
Institute of Technology and Revenue
Analytics are hosting leaders from the transportation, hospitality,
manufacturing, retail and distribution industries who will share insights
for boosting revenue at the third annual Revenue
Management and Price
Optimization Conference at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
October 2 – 3 in Atlanta. Speakers include Jim Whitehurst, former
COO of Delta Air Lines, Rick Campana, VP of corporate marketing with UPS,
and Chuck Neville, executive director of finance with General Motors Service
and Parts Operations.
“Revenue management and analytics-based price optimization are the hottest topics in business today,” said Robert Cross, conference co-chair and chairman and CEO of Revenue Analytics. “In today’s constantly changing economic environment, driving revenue is not necessarily about building new products or selling more, it is about increasing the revenue flow from existing customers and products. Our conference will show how to do this.” Cross stated that attendees will receive an interactive revenue management experience with leading industry practitioners that addresses driving profitable revenue growth through Revenue Management and Price Optimization.
Dr. Mark Ferguson, conference co-chair and associate professor of operations management at Georgia Tech, explained that attendees will learn how to apply the latest revenue management principles from experts in a wide range of industries. “The speakers at this year’s conference will take attendees through the revenue management process from board room, to drawing board, to full market implementation. Participants will gain insights that will benefit themselves, professionally, and their companies, financially.”
Panels at this year’s Revenue Management and Price Optimization Conference will include:
The Georgia Institute of Technology and Revenue Analytics co-hosts of this year’s Conference, with underwriting by Revenue Analytics. All profits from the Conference will go to Georgia Tech and be applied to fund graduate research programs focusing on price optimization and revenue management disciplines to develop new business processes and create emerging experts in the field.
To register for this years’ Revenue Management and Price Optimization Conference or to learn more about the event, go to http://www.revenuemanagementconference.com/index.php or call (770) 661-1446.
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