RateGain Travel Technologies makes a disappointing listing at 10% discount
- Shares of
RateGain Travel Technologieslist at ₹364.80 while the shares were allotted at ₹405 per share.
- The IPO was subscribed 17.41 times on the last day of the bidding.
- The market capitalisation of the company stood at ₹3,894 crore.
AdvertisementShares of RateGain Travel Technologies, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, made a weak listing on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and BSE at 10% discount on the issue price of ₹405 apiece.
Post-listing, the market capitalisation of the company stood at ₹3,894 crore, according to BSE data.
The shares of RateGain were trading at ₹373.85, lower by 12% at 10.08 a.m., on December 17. The grey market had indicated a decent listing for RateGain a day prior to the listing with a ₹30 premium per share.
The IPO was open between December 7 and December 9 and was oversubscribed 17.41 times by investors. The company intended to raise ₹1,335 crore through this public issue.
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.
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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