The Rainmaker Group acquires Revcaster LLC

The Rainmaker Group has acquired Revcaster LLC, a hospitality market intelligence, rate shopping and analytics solution. The acquisition and addition of the Revcaster solution expands and strengthens Rainmaker’s product suite, providing a comprehensive revenue management suite to traditional hotels, casino hotels, and resort hotels, the company says.

“The Revcaster acquisition is part of our continued strategy to provide effective analytical solutions that increase revenue for operators in the hospitality and gaming industry,” said Amar Duggasani, chief strategy officer at The Rainmaker Group. “Our companies share a common culture of customer service and technology innovation that will benefit both companies’ clients around the world.”

“Revcaster’s solution integrates seamlessly with Rainmaker’s GuestREV and GroupREV products and will further optimize revenue for hotel operators,” said Daniel Wise, Revcaster founder and president.

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Revcaster is a provider of flexible, cost effective hotel pricing tools that help hoteliers maximize ADR and be more profitable.  Developed by hoteliers for hotel operators, Revcaster’s application collects market-specific hotel price information from hundreds of branded sites and online travel agencies and provides easy-to-use reports and data downloads that increase revenue for clients. Revcaster’s services to clients will be unchanged and it will continue to operate from its Portland, OR, office.

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