RateGain Travel Technologies is listing tomorrow; GMP at ₹45 per share
- RateGain IPO has received good response from investors as it has been subscribed 17.41 times in the three days of subscription process.
- The company intended to raise ₹1,335 crore through this public issue.
- Shares of the company are demanding a premium of ₹45 per share in the grey market.
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Shares of the company are demanding a premium of ₹45 per share in the grey market.
In the three days of initial public offering (IPO) bidding process from December 7 to December 9, the issue received great response from investors as it was subscribed 17.41 times.
The company is one of the leading distribution technology companies globally, which runs a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that solely focuses on the travel and hospitality segment.
It has raised ₹1,335 crore through this public issue of shares. The price range of RateGain’s IPO has been set at ₹405-₹425. further, shares of the company are demanding a premium of ₹45 per share in the grey market
Founded in 2004 by Bhanu Chopra, RateGain offers travel and hospitality software solutions. Its software covers an entire set of data points including pricing, rating, ranking, availability, room description, cancellation policy, discounting and packages, among other things.
The company has over 1,434 customers — across the hotel, hospitality and online travel agency (OTA) segment — spread across 110 countries. Its clientele includes Lemon Tree, InterContinental Hotels Group, Kessler Collection, GroupOn and Sabre GLBL.
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