RateGain, the #1 SaaS player in travel and hospitality, recently received the distinct recognition of being listed amongst the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India for the fourth time. The coveted list ranks 50 of the fastest-growing technology companies in the country across hardware, software, communications, media, life science, clean technology and related sectors, based on their percentage revenue growth in the span of three years.
RateGain is a leading provider of B2B SaaS products for the hospitality and travel market around the globe, helping these companies maximize their revenue by creating greater business value at every touch point. It provides end-to-end revenue management decision support using its advanced intelligence and distribution capabilities to over 12,000 customers in the industry, including top OTAs, hotel chains, airlines, car rental groups and cruises across 190+ countries. Over the last 3 years, the company has registered a robust revenue growth of 113%.
Commenting on the recognition, Bhanu Chopra, Founder and Chairman, RateGain said, “We are honored to be featured on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India list once again. This recognition is a testament to our continued efforts towards creating unique and evolving propositions for our customers in the hospitality and travel space. We believe in laying great emphasis on understanding the needs of each of our customers, thereby helping them deliver greater value to end-users while unlocking additional revenue streams in their offerings. By connecting the entire travel ecosystem through our extensive capabilities and network comprising leading players across the spectrum, we are essentially aiming to fuel an industry-wide collaborative transformation.”
Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 India program was launched in 2005 to honor and recognize businesses and entrepreneurs in the country who have demonstrated immense growth through disrupting the technology landscape with cutting-edge product and service solutions. RateGain has previously secured a place on the list, ranking 1st in 2007, 2nd in 2008 and subsequently featured on it in 2016.