Neel is one of our newer Revenue Managers having worked here for almost one year. As a prestigious, immaculate alumni of the revered and illustrious Oklahoma State University, Neel Muni takes his OSU pride seriously in the office! He is often spotted in his bright orange blazer and keeps his desk decorated to the nines with Oklahoma State swag. 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, analyst, or intern at Kriya RevGEN, see our Career page here for more information.
Tell me a little about where you came from and your previous experience.
I was born in India and raised in Oklahoma. I have been working in the hospitality industry for the majority of my career. I have worked in Limited Service hotels as well as Full-Service Hotels. I have worked operation for over 15 years and have experience in all facets from F&B to Rooms.
How long have you worked for Kriya RevGEN, and what is it about Kriya RevGEN that you enjoy the most?
I have worked with KriyaRevGen for almost a year and I enjoy the whole team because we are more like family than co-workers.
What’s the most challenging part of your job?
The most challenging part of my job is to convince hotel owners who have a bad taste in their mouth about revenue management because of their past that we have a really good product. It truly is a challenge to get them to buy into what revenue management is all about.
What is the most exciting?
The most exciting part of my job is just working the various hotel owners who are already on our service but I find it more exciting to sell our services to those who aren’t on because I truly believe we are very unique in what we do.
What’s your favorite hotel chain (or hotel)?
Hilton especially Embassy Suites because let’s face it who doesn’t enjoy a great breakfast selection to start your day off with and the complimentary happy hour is a plus as well.
What is your favorite brand to manage?
I would have to Hilton is my favorite brand to manage.
What is the best taco in Dallas?
Torchy’s Taco is my favorite because of the delicious queso but the Trailer Park taco trashy is really good as well.
What’s your favorite office lunch spot?
I like going to Our Place.
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would you want it to be?
Mexican who doesn’t like Mexican!?
What’s your favorite Pandora station to listen to in the office?
What is your favorite shade of orange?
Americas Brightest Orange – the only Orange there is.
Diet Coke or Coke Zero?
Coke Zero because there is no aftertaste and tastes pretty close to the real deal.