Surain Adyanthaya | Principal, Travel
PROS

Surain Adyanthaya, Principal, Travel, PROS

Surain is responsible for the strategy of PROS airline software products. He has worked closely with various clients in multiple industries in the development of revenue management solutions that address their business needs. Since joining PROS in April 1993, Mr. Adyanthaya has served in numerous positions in product development and strategic business planning; including serving as Senior Vice President Strategic Business Development, where he was responsible for pursuing business opportunities in new industries and fostering strategic alliances. He has also served as Senior Vice President Software Development, responsible for the development of all software products at PROS. He has presented revenue management concepts and strategies at global industry conferences, and has published revenue management articles in widely distributed trade journals. Mr. Adyanthaya received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (highest honors) from the University of Houston and a Master of Science in Operations Research from Stanford University.

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World Aviation Festival Day 1 @ 15:10

Reset, Reassess, Recovery: Accelerating the Next Phase of Airline Retailing

  • How can airlines create a steeper recovery and set up a sustainable future?
  • Leaders need to be steadfast in their ability to: reduce costs, drive revenue growth, and build an exceptional customer experience.
  • Transformation starts with revisiting the airline retailing path and connecting RM, Distribution, Offer Management, and Digital Retail
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last published: 12/Nov/21 11:17 GMT
last published: 12/Nov/21 11:17 GMT
last published: 12/Nov/21 11:17 GMT
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last published: 12/Nov/21 11:18 GMT

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