FLYR Labs Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Maximizing Revenue-generating Operations and Improving Forecast Accuracy with Its Advanced Airline Revenue Management (RM) System
FLYR’s Cirrus Revenue Operating System uses predictive capabilities to help airlines forecast accurate demand and optimize operations that generate revenue
SANTA CLARA Calif. – October 7, 2021 – Based on its recent analysis of the North American Airline Software Digitalization Industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes FLYR with the 2021 Enabling Technology Leadership Award for its Cirrus platform, an advanced airline system that uses predictive technology to help airlines estimate demand for air travel accurately. The system uses historical data on prices and demand to predict future demand. The platform has robust features and capabilities to support revenue-generating operations. Based on artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms, the Cirrus platform clarifies operational decisions that touch on sales and marketing, executive teams, and network planning.
FLYR’s platform filters detailed information instantly through the Cirrus dashboard and user interface, enabling airlines to conduct greater analyses and generate reports for informed decision-making. The platform adopts artificial intelligence forecasting to maximize pricing across the booking curve to optimize supply and revenue. Forecast accuracy and autonomous decision-making capabilities lower analyst overrides by up to 90%. Sales and marketing teams can use the system’s predictive forecasting capabilities to find markets and regions to run their promotions for optimal revenue yield. Cirrus helps network planning teams to determine when to restart a market and down-gauge or up-gauge an airplane depending on estimated demand.
Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst, Abhilash Abraham, states, “These predictions are beneficial for anticipating air travel demand as the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are gradually ending.”
“Clients who utilize the Cirrus platform have sufficient time to prepare pilots and aircraft months in advance, whereas other airlines struggle to meet demand. Executive teams also benefit from the Cirrus platform to gain a better understanding of future revenue targets.”
The airline revenue management system empowers airlines with greater insight into the future, assisting them to optimize revenue generation and airline operations. The system can increase an airline’s revenue and passenger load factor up to 7% and 4%, respectively. It reduces forecasting errors almost 10 times. The system is reliable enough to meet airlines’ need for accurate demand prediction and optimal revenue generation.
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Research Analyst, Elizabeth Whynott further explains, “As the world recovers from the COVID-19 global pandemic, the demand for air travel will increase. A reliable revenue operating system is necessary to forecast demand and make accurate decisions regarding where and when to increase or decrease operations, which aircraft to retrieve from boneyards, and the number of pilots needed. The Cirrus Revenue Operating System optimizes airline functionality and helps them attain consistent strong returns.”
Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to a company that develops a pioneering technology that enhances current products and enables the development of new products and applications. The award recognizes the high market acceptance potential of the recipient’s technology.
“Every day, FLYR Labs’ team of industry professionals and data scientists work to improve our Revenue Operating System, helping transportation leaders solve the challenges of today and tomorrow,” said Alex Mans, Founder and CEO of FLYR Labs. “We are grateful to receive this award as we strive to continue providing the leading commercial decision-making tools for the travel and transportation industry.”
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards recognize companies in various regional and global markets for superior performance and outstanding achievement in customer service, technological innovation, leadership, and strategic product development, among other areas. Industry analysts use analyses, in-depth interviews, and extensive secondary research to measure performance and compare market participants to identify best industry practices.
About FLYR Labs
FLYR Labs, the pioneer of The Revenue Operating System®, is focused on the relentless application of advanced and intuitive technologies that help transportation leaders unlock their ultimate potential. Its cloud-based software solution leverages deep learning technology, a cutting-edge form of AI, to provide ultra-accurate forecasting and actionable insights within one comprehensive user interface. With FLYR, travel and transportation companies can exponentially improve revenue performance, unify decisions across commercial teams, and build a more efficient experience for their customers. FLYR is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Los Angeles, Dallas, Krakow, and Amsterdam. To learn more about FLYR, visit flyrlabs.com or follow @flyrlabs on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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