Optimizacion de ingresos

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Centro de Estudios Superiores de San Ángel
-------------------------------------------------Campus San Ángel
Optimización de los Ingresos en la Hotelería
Prof. Oskar Palavicini

Synergybetween Revenue & Costumer Relationship Managements

Revenue Management is defined as allocating the right capacity to the right costumer at the right time at the right price in order tomaximise revenue yield; its practice emphasis on capacity, time and that any referene to the right costumer is specified only by their ability to pay the hotelier’s best price.

It is thought that theimplementation of revenue management prohibits the developement of a Costumer Relationship Management with its significant rewards, the increasingly efficient way that companies have of understanding andresponding to their costumer’s needs and preferentes seemingly allows them to guild more meaningful connections which promise to benefit the bottom line.

The síntesis of RM and CRM is trulysynergetic and to date largely ignored and, in turn, adds real value for all stakeholders. Revenue management is used arbitrarily to rouge the best price out of a costumer, yet it is important taht costumerretention be included; Maximising revenue today has little value if it drives off tomorrow’s costumers.

This will be achieved by the intelligent and selective use of costumer information, whichwill have major implications for long-term strategies and competitive dynamics. “The costumer is in charge in the new World disorder, that is why revenue maximisation must start with the costumerviewpoint.” Dieter Huckestein (1997).

Costumer relationship management is based on two economic arguments. One: It is more expensive to win a new costumer that it is to retain an existing costumer. Two:...
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