Beonprice Academy Offers Free Access to Revenue Management Training

Online Courses Provide Way to Upskill Staff During Unprecedented Times

Spain, Parque Científico, Salamanca. March 23, 2020

As the hotel industry battles the global COVID-19 crisis, Beonprice ( www.beonprice.com ) is opening its online Academy for free to provide a training resource for hotel staff during the unprecedented period of low activity, preparing staff for when travel recommences.

Looking Forward

Whilst COVID-19 causes economic activity to suffer, Beonprice is encouraging hoteliers and their teams to look forward and start preparing for the future. Offering their support to the industry during the current difficult time, the Revenue Management System provider is working to ‘tool up' hoteliers so they and their teams are ready to rebuild the industry when the opportunity arises.

Beonprice's Commitment

By making Revenue Management training available to the sector for free, Beonprice shows its commitment to being a good travel companion for any journey hotels go on. Preparing for the future is key for hotel teams who are suffering low occupancies or closure during this time.

"This training will help build the culture of Revenue Management among professionals and organisations, working to increase the competitiveness of hotels when their doors reopen and strengthen teams' ability to recover when borders reopen and tourism returns," says Neville Isaac, Chief Customer Officer at Beonprice.

Beonprice Academy

The training is designed by Beonprice's team of Revenue Management experts and is aimed at improving processes, as well as embedding a culture of Revenue Management within organisations. It is available in English and Spanish.

The Basic Revenue Management Certification is designed for all levels of understanding, from Revenue professionals - who often don't have formal RM training - to related disciplines such as Marketing, Sales and Finance, as well as Hotel Managers and General Managers.

The online programme includes theoretical and practical content on basic concepts of Revenue Management, such as understanding KPIs, Benchmarking, Quality, Segmentation and Forecasting.

How to Register

The Basic Certification is available for free through the Academy's online training platform. The offer is open to anyone working in the hotel industry, as well as the wider tourism and hospitality sector, until further notice.

For more information or to sign up for the Beonprice Academy training visit https://beonprice.com/academy


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