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The Impact of Effective Revenue Cycle Management

Being private practice owners and administrators, one of the toughest challenges we face is managing quality patient care with our “back room” financial systems. We have such a large focus on providing exceptional patient care (not a bad thing mind you), that we have a tendency to suffocate our internal operations. 401 more words


Why Revenue Managers Should Be Paid the Most

It is hard to argue with the notion that Revenue Management is now the most “mission critical” function in the hotel business.  RM sits at the crossroads of the strategic and tactical decision making process for every single department in a hotel.   993 more words

Hotel Optimisation

Reducing OTA Dependence

What is to be done with guests who book through the OTAs? They arrive on our doorstep through a third party. Unlike a traditional travel agent referral, we know next to nothing about them; there are no data guideposts to assist the hotelier in pre-arrangement. 78 more words


My Experience in Mango as a Customer

Hello All,

I wanted to share my interesting conversation that I made with one of the customer service agent in Mango. I love Mango, I love everything in Mango and I feel like Mango is my shop that I believe that I can find everything what I like, even not preferring to go and make shopping in Discounted Times. 458 more words



Revenue Management

11 Things you need to know for 2014


In today’s economy it is imperative that the revenue managers are well aware of the highly competitive arena that exist within the industry. 542 more words


Gelir Yönetimi Nedir?

Bu yazıda gelir yönetiminin tarihçesini ve sıkıcı bilimsel açıklamalarını yazmaktansa çok güzel bir uyarlamasını sizlerle paylaşmak istiyorum. Farzedelim ki uçak bileti değil de pazardan domates alıyoruz. 324 more words


The advent of OTA loyalty. Are you a Genius?

Regular guests and repeat bookers are known as the holy grail of the hotel industry. Once you’ve got the guest into your hotel, it’s supposed to be relatively easy to get them to come back, providing you’ve met their basic expectations and they’re happy with the conditions of their booking (mainly price, but also upgrades, flexbility and amenities). 646 more words