Concessionaire Analyzer+ (CA+) is one of 27 shortlisted contenders who have gone above and beyond in their respective fields and made it through to the final round of the inaugural 2017 International Airport Review Awards 2017.
CA+ is shortlisted in the Revenue Generation category. As a concession management tool it provides airports with a platform to better manage their non-aeronautical operations, providing more automation, control and insight, leading airports to achieve better financial results.
It does this by automating the collection of detailed sales data from concessions, whilst providing a centralised platform for contracts management, as well as facilities for property and space management. CA+ then fully automates the airport revenue calculation process, which is typically based on fixed rents and revenue shares from concessions. This data and more is then processed in a Business Intelligence module that provides airports with a deeper level of real time insight into their non-aero business.
The International Airport Awards shortlist was drawn from over 130 entrants who submitted airport projects and solutions in one of 9 award categories. An overwhelming 77,000 votes were received from the global airport community. The finalists are now being reviewed by an independent judging panel comprised of members of the International Airport Review editorial advisory board. Winners will be announced in November in the special 20th Anniversary issue of International Airport Review.
Airports across the globe are already reaping the benefits of CA+, automating many of the manual processes involved in managing concessions, improving efficiencies, and gaining the insight required to help concessions to prosper within their airports. Due to the scalability of the solution, airports of all sizes on all continents have seen the ROI on CA+.
CA+ provides an overall improvement in the commercial management of an airport, enabling more efficient automation of sales data collection, contract management and analysis, replacing much of the spreadsheet and manual input of data that today dominates most airport commercial teams, while also collecting more detailed data.
Airports are welcome to discuss improving their non-aeronautical revenues by requesting an online demo by emailing email@example.com.