Kenya Airways Partners with Zenz to Enhance Revenue Management
Kenya Airways has entered into a new partnership with Zenz Technologies for an integrated airline revenue management decision support system with capabilities for commercial planning, revenue budgeting, and forecasting.
Under the partnership, Zenz Technologies will be responsible for implementing a revenue management system for Kenya Airways as the airline maintains optimum operations owing to the opening up of markets post-pandemic. As a result, improved revenue management systems will assist in decision-making.
Zenz Technologies is excited to partner with Kenya Airways, which has a reputation for introducing innovative technology-enabled solutions that cater to its customers' needs. We look forward to the success of Kenya Airways as it embarks on a new journey to leverage the power of analytics to create solutions for its customers.
We are confident that this is the start of a long-term partnership that will support Kenya Airways’ purpose of contributing to the sustainable development of Africa. We are honored that, as a leading airline, Kenya Airways has selected Zenz Technologies for its revenue management decision support system," said Ward Kuipers, Zenz Technologies Founding Partner & Commercial Director.
Zenz Technologies is a Dutch company specialising in developing tailor-made decision support systems for revenue management departments in airlines that help them to make better decisions.
"Among the many reasons we are delighted about this partnership is Zenz Technologies’ 10 years plus of experience. This is further backed by a strong ex-airline professional team to deliver revolutionary solutions that incorporate revenue planning, performance management, and forecasting, hence making Zenz a suitable partner.''
"This is in line with Kenya Airways’ ambition to trail blaze innovation and customer-focused solutions. It is through this collaboration that the different stakeholders will have one source of information that will help track historical performance, forecast future demand, and set targets, "said Julius Thairu, Chief Commercial and Customer Officer, Kenya Airways.