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When Ari visited his 77 year old father at his Bed and Breakfast in England, he could see that the competition was getting stronger and his father wasn’t getting his pricing quite right. The B&B he and his partner run was sometimes empty and sometimes booked up too early at too low a price.
Ari (picture on location), having spent 15 years creating trading algorithms for financial markets, knew he could build a solution that would increase their revenue. He set out to interview hoteliers in a similar position, find partners equally passionate about the independent hotel experience, and create a revenue management solution intended specifically for smaller hotels.
Ari’s father increased revenue by over $50,000 in the first year – not bad for 15 rooms.
RoomPriceGenie’s pricing solution was built on the feedback from some of the top revenue managers in the world, whilst never forgetting that our clients are people like Ari’s father.
Marvin spoke to literally hundreds of hotels, finding out their deepest problems. Jörg, sitting opposite him, put the earplugs in to block out Marvin’s chat and concentrated on using that feedback to create a product that you would love to use.
Your successes are our successes. By partnering with our customers, our product is always improving.
We love independent hotels and we have a mission to bring you the best possible pricing with the least possible work. You guys deserve to be able to compete with the big chains, and we’re here to help you.
We understand what it’s like running a hotel. We know that our solution must be simple to use. We know it has to be affordable. And we know that top quality pricing is hugely important, so we never scrimp on that. Our customers help us build our solution, and their feedback is consistently positive. We hope that you will try it too.
Although we have a lot of faith in technology, not everything we do is run by a machine. It’s time to meet the Genies behind RoomPriceGenie and get a behind the scenes look at the people that keep the RPG machine ticking along.