Blog

30
Aug

Meet the team: Rajni

Rajni is part of our team in India who helps us with our website design and development. Read below to learn more about Rajni and his experiences working from India for a US based company! You can check back in our newsletter over the coming months to learn more about our growing team. If you’re interested in a position as a revenue manager,

29
Aug

Tips and Tricks To Better Utilize Travel Ads

As a Complete Hotel Revenue Management Service, we here at Kriya RevGEN try to utilize every possible channel/rate/marketing opportunity to bring higher and better revenue to your hotels.  Although paying to play with an “OTA” is sometimes considered taboo in our industry, we Revenue Managers understand that OTA’s are necessary for a complete pricing strategy, especially during periods of low demand.

29
Jul

BRAND NEW: See All Your Data In One Place!

We just released a new Summary Tab enhancement! In our Daily OTB Statistics Module, we have combined the most important sections of each of the individual tabs into one Summary Tab! This includes all the On The Books stats you’ve come to expect, Recommendation Tool including Optimal BAR recommendations, Pick Up, Competitive Set Rate Shop, and detailed BAR Based Statistics. This

28
Jul

Gujarat in Texas!

This summer is an exciting time for Kriya RevGEN! Not only did we launch our internship program with our first ever summer intern, Ryan Saylor from Purdue University (read more about Ryan here), but we also welcome two of our talented software developers, Harikrishna Patel and Kaushik Prajapati, to our Texas office! Harikrishna “Hari” and Kaushik hail all the way

28
Jul

Meet the team: Daniel The Man(iel)!

Daniel is one of our more senior Revenue Managers having worked here for over a year. Read below to learn more about Daniel, but make sure you take his answers with a grain of salt! You can check back in our newsletter over the coming months to learn more about our growing team. If you’re interested in a position as a revenue

28
Jun

Are You Using all the Information Available to Price Your Accounts?

As hotel account pricing decisions become increasingly more automated, it frees up Revenue Managers’ time to dig deeper into the data to uncover more revenue opportunities. One of the most important opportunities which is often overlooked is analyzing and renewing rates for current negotiated accounts, whether global RFPs or backyard LNRs. Revenue Managers typically overlook these opportunities because they assume

28
Jun

Meet the team: Ryan the Intern!

This summer, we are launching our very first Kriya RevGEN internship program.  Ryan Saylor joins us for 8 weeks from Purdue University where he will be finishing up his second semester of Senior year this fall and plans to graduate in the winter (after just 3.5 years!) Read below to learn more about Ryan, and check back in our newsletter

23
May

What’s Hiding in Your Reservations?

Proper revenue management should begin at the reservation level and should encompass all hotel departments. We already use the Reservation Activity to ensure proper coding, police property overrides, and analyze our sources of business to ensure all channels are firing as planned. Now, our Reservation Activity highlights the top 100 room revenue producers to your hotel over the last 365

20
Apr

Win Free Snapshots for a Week!

Kriya RevGEN is offering five lucky owners/operators the chance to experience our brand new RevGEN Snapshot 2.0 in their inbox every day for a week.  Enter your information below for a chance to win.  Winners will be selected at random and must be new users of Kriya RevGEN.  All we'll ask from you is access to your PMS for one
1
Apr

Do You REALLY Understand Your Demand Drivers?

Most Revenue Managers including those that consider themselves “seasoned” will tell you that they have a firm grasp on what demand drivers influence occupancy at their hotels.  Expect a laundry list of the usual suspects: “Corporate high rises within 2 mile radius of the property”, “Large concert venue”, “Transient summer travelers passing through to a larger market”.   What if