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Beonprice Redesigns Hotel Quality Score to Improve Revenue Strategies


Challenging the adage of ‘quality over quantity’, travel technology company Beonprice (www.beonprice.com) has redesigned the hospitality industry benchmark assessment to help hoteliers better qualify rates and competitor set in their revenue management strategies.

The new Hotel Quality Index™ (HQI™), developed by Beonprice, is a unique way of assessing a hotel’s reputation and market position to improve a property’s REVPAR. Combining traditional revenue management considerations with real-time information about the hotels’ positioning in the marketplace, HQI™ assesses the best price as well as the chances of selling at that price in the market. 

For their hotel partners using HQI™, Beonprice’s unique use of technology has led to as much as 11% increase in REVPAR in the first six months of use1.

Developed with input from former hotel revenue managers, HQI™ analyses external market data, including product quality and online reputation, using Artificial Intelligence to calculate an overall quality score for hotels. 

The intelligent HQI algorithm evaluates the room weighting value of each product’s characteristics according to the target guest segment to optimise the objective quality to reach the overall quality score. Essentially calculating the value of the product to the most relevant customer at that specific moment in order to optimise the booking rate in relation to sales probability. 

“Revenue management is a science, and like all scientific fields, progress brings a deeper understanding and better results,” says Emilio Galan, Chief Technology at Beonprice. “Using HQI™, hotels are able to set a multifaceted pricing strategy, refining their rates and estimating the probability of sale for different segments. Having the most accurate pricing recommendations per room and rate type at their fingertips helps our clients meet their goals and react in real-time to market changes.”

Utilising market-leading technology – combining HQI™ with traditional  revenue data such as historical performance, booking patterns and pace – Beonprice’s RMS can tailor revenue strategies for different market segments, offering a deep understanding of the hotel’s market position and enhanced results whether targeting leisure or corporate travellers. 

Exclusive to Beonprice, HQI™ works as part of the Revenue Management System’s forecasting algorithm, powered by Artificial Intelligence. 

Beonprice is dedicated to improving its customers’ business results, combining its technology with clear, user-friendly dashboards; exemplary customer service with a dedicated revenue strategy expert assigned to each customer; and an online Academy providing revenue training for hotel staff. 

For more information on Beonprice, visit www.beonprice.com 

1 – Increase based on client results in first six months of use of HQI

For more information, contact:
Ryan Haynes, Haynes MarComs: ryan@ryanhaynesmarketing.com; tel: +44 (0)7919 510051

About Beonprice
Beonprice is one of Europe’s fast-growth B2B hospitality travel technology companies. Committed to the leadership and future of revenue management, Beonprice offers a Revenue Management cloud-solution for hotels, based on Artificial Intelligence optimising price and distribution based on consumer intent and buying habits. 

Beonprice has developed HQI™, the only hotel market index that measures the overall quality of a hotel to understand the competitive position and price elasticity of demand in the market. 

Agility, innovation and organisation are the engines of the brand, with the aim of offering a cost-effective solution and being part of the DNA of each of its clients. 

Beonprice has more than 2,000 clients in more than 30 countries, its RMS is used successfully by growing hotel chains such as Hotelatelier, HM Resorts, Iberostar, RIU, Paradores, Dreamplace, Hospes, Palafox, Grupo Velas, Viaggio  and many more.

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