GCR Inc. (GCR), a New Orleans-based technology and professional services firm, releases the latest version of its popular revenue management software at the ACI-NA Annual Conference in Dallas.
“Our updated AirportIQ Business and Revenue Manager (ABRM) is even more focused on creating efficiencies that increase an airport’s profitability. It allows our clients to pinpoint the most effective means to manage, track, and generate revenue,” explains Tim Walsh, Director of Airport Solutions.
The team responsible for the update includes two CPAs (who also serve as ABRM product managers) along with ex-airport management staff and in-house developers, system architects, and business analysists. Clients were also crucial to the update process; many changes stemmed from user-generated feedback gathered at GCR’s annual AirportIQ conferences. New features include a robust Business Intelligence module, browser-agnostic architecture, and enhanced report writing tools.
ABRM helps determine revenue streams, ensures accurate billing, reduces inefficiencies, and automates data exchanges. It links operational and other commercial activities to their related financial impact, offering a true aerial view of your airport’s business. The robust GIS platform and business intelligence features allow users to visualize adverse conditions, forecast their impact, and use analytics to choose the best recovery strategies. The reports are user friendly and can be created within the system without external support. When support is needed, our team of CPAs and former airport managers provide users with informed, focused assistance at no added cost.
Headquartered in New Orleans, LA, GCR offers a broad range of software products and specialty services that help clients gather, analyze, and apply information. GCR’s client base extends from the aviation market to a broad array of public sector clients at the federal, state, and local level.