نتایج جستجو برای Revenue management

تعداد نتایج: 499443  

Journal: :Operations Research 2012
Omar Besbes, Assaf J. Zeevi,

We consider a general class of network revenue management problems, where mean demand at each point in time is determined by a vector of prices, and the objective is to dynamically adjust these prices so as to maximize expected revenues over a finite sales horizon. A salient feature of our problem is that the decision maker can only observe realized demand over time but does not know the underl...

2012
Tim Püschel, Guido Schryen, Diana Hristova, Dirk Neumann,

Successful Internet service offerings can only thrive if customers are satisfied with service performance. While large service providers can usually cope with fluctuations of customer visits retaining acceptable Quality of Service, small and medium-sizes enterprises face a big challenge due to limited resources in the IT infrastructure. Popular services, such as justin.tv and SmugMug, rely on e...

2004
DIWAKAR GUPTA, LEI WANG,

Contract (custom) manufacturers of components and manufactured materials such as steel sell capacity under different contract terms to different buyers. In a common practice, the supplier offers a market standard price and lead time combination for products listed in its catalog. At the same time, it strikes annual contracts with some high-volume customers who require recurring delivery of a cu...

2015
Sheryl E. Kimes,

The techniques of revenue management have potential application in many industries – as long as customers view the resulting policies as being fair.

2010
Atul Bhandari, Nicola Secomandi, Garrett J. van Ryzin,

Static game-theoretic models of bilateral bargaining assume that the seller knows his valuation for the item that is up for sale; that is, how the seller may determine this quantity is exogenous to these models. In this paper, we develop and analyze a stylized Markov decision process that endogenizes the seller’s computation of his marginal inventory valuation in an infinite horizon revenue man...

Journal: :Operations Research 2003
Dimitris Bertsimas, Romy Shioda,

We develop two classes of optimization models to maximize revenue in a restaurant (while controlling average waiting time as well as perceived fairness) that may violate the first-come-first-serve (FCFS) rule. In the first class of models, we use integer programming, stochastic programming, and approximate dynamic programming methods to decide dynamically when, if at all, to seat an incoming pa...

2000
Serguei Netessine, Robert A. Shumsky,

A well-studied problem in the literature on airline revenue (or yield) management is the optimal allocation of seat inventory among fare classes given a demand distribution for each class. In the literature thus far, passenger demand is an exogenous parameter. However, the seat allocation decisions of one airline affect the passenger demands for seats on other airlines. In this paper we examine...

2012
Xuan Lorna Wang,

The concepts of customer relationship management (CRM) and revenue management (RevM) have been embraced by managers in the hospitality industry although, in practice, companies may find it difficult to accommodate both fully. This paper examines the compatibility between the two practices and discusses the possible management conflicts that occur from both account managers’ and revenue managers...

2005
Garrett J. van Ryzin, Kalyan T. Talluri,

Revenue management (RM) refers to the collection of strategies and tactics firms use to scientifically manage demand for their products and services. It has gained attention recently as one of the most successful application areas of operations research (OR). The practice has grown from its origins as a relatively obscure practice among a handful of major airlines in the postderegulation era in...

Journal: :J. Economic Theory 2015
Mustafa Akan, Baris Ata, James D. Dana,

We consider optimal pricing to consumers who are privately informed about both their valuations for the product and when they learn their valuations. Initially, consumers have private information about the distribution of their valuations and when they will learn their valuations, and over time, consumers privately learn their valuations. Because of its importance in many revenue management pro...

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