In this video conversation from the 2021 Skift Aviation Forum, we hear from Alex Mans, founder and CEO of FLYR Labs, and Dan Marcec, research editor at SkiftX, on how artificial intelligence and deep learning tech can give travel businesses crucial data insights to help make smarter and more profitable decisions.
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In this video:
- Data is the invaluable ‘crystal ball’ that the industry has been waiting for: How airlines are sitting on top of a huge amount of valuable data, and how using artificial intelligence — especially deep learning tech — can help industry leaders make faster and smarter decisions to support short and long-term revenue goals.
- Transportation must adapt to the emerging digital environment: How legacy practices and outdated tech are increasingly obsolete in a rapidly digitizing marketplace, as they rely on consistent demand and willingness to pay patterns, and do not have the deeper context required to forecast accurately.
- The Future of the Revenue Operating System: How FLYR’s advanced and intuitive tech excels traditional revenue management and can forecast results through pricing automation, understanding each specific metric from flight, route, departure time, competitor presence, and more.
Legacy tech is becoming rapidly obsolete in today’s accelerated digital marketplace. The success of transportation companies today relies on the uptake of cutting-edge methods, especially around artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies.
In this video conversation from the 2021 Skift Aviation Forum, we hear from Alex Mans, founder and CEO of FLYR Labs, and Dan Marcec, research editor at SkiftX, about how FLYR’s advanced and intuitive tech, delivered through its industry-leading revenue operating system, can help organizations unlock their highest potential, from revenue optimization to supporting commercial decisions in scheduling and marketing.
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