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Revenue Management Systems, Inc. Opens Asia Pacific Support Office

Dépèche transmise le 8 mars 2012 par Business Wire

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Revenue Management Systems, Inc. (“RMS”) announces the establishment of its wholly owned subsidiary, Revenue Management Systems – Australia Pty Ltd (“RMS-A”) which will operate from Melbourne, Australia and provide support services for the Asia Pacific region. This new Asia Pacific support office will allow RMS and RMS-A to continue developing localized customer support to meet the unprecedented demand in the Asia Pacific region for its flagship product - airRM.

“We are very pleased to announce the opening of RMS-Australia”

“We are very pleased to announce the opening of RMS-Australia,” said Scott Schade, CEO of RMS. “The new office further strengthens our ability to provide customers with 24 hour per day, world-class support – a quality for which our company has become known.”

About Revenue Management Systems, Inc. and airRM

RMS is a privately held company founded in 1996 that specializes in the design, development and support of innovative revenue management software solutions. The combination of superior software and personalized customer service has prompted airlines such as Westjet (Canada), Ryanair (Ireland), AirAsia (Malaysia), Jetstar (Australia), and Vueling (Spain) to choose RMS as their revenue management partner.

airRM was developed by RMS in cooperation with a number of the most successful new generation airlines in the world. The result is a revenue management system that is broad in feature and function yet focused on helping users take full advantage of available information in order to make better, more informed, more profitable decisions. In addition to the features and functions expected from a traditional system, airRM provides a new perspective in airline revenue management with groundbreaking tools not available in any other system on the market today.

More information about airRM and RMS may be found at www.revenuemanagement.com.

Business Wire

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