BSE & NSE
07 Dec - 09 Dec '21
₹405 - ₹425
RateGain is a leading technology and Software as a Service (SaaS) provider in the hospitality and travel industry. It offers a variety of solutions across a broad spectrum of businesses like hotel chains, airlines, car rentals, online travel agents, vacation package providers, rail, travel management companies, cruises and ferry services. In its 15 years of existence, the company has created a base of over 1400 customers including 8 Global Fortune 500 Companies.
RateGain is an innovative AI-driven SaaS solution provider specific to the travel and hospitality industry. They have made a big mark in this niche segment and boast of several top hotel chains, online travel agents, corporate travel management companies and growing airlines among their customer base.
RateGain offers a platform that bridges the data gap across the hospitality and travel industry including 190000+ hotels across 100+ countries, which is evidence of the widespread usage of their products and offerings.
The company's total assets, revenues, and profits during the last three years are shown below
Here are some noteworthy RateGain IPO dates
Strong customer base including leading brands like InterContinental Hotels Group, Kessler Collection, Lemon Tree Hotels, Oyo Hotels, and Homes Pvt Ltd. The company added 147 active customers in the last three fiscal years, which shows its strong organic growth. RateGain also has high customer retention which is reflected by Gross Revenue Retention that stood at 89.2% in FY2021.
Last 2 years have seen a big slump in the net profits, largely due to global lockdown and recession in the travel and hospitality sector.
The company has been gradually bouncing back. With the increase in vaccination drives and opening up of travel and tourism, RateGain stands to boost its growth and revenues in the coming times.
Heavy dependence on a single sector can be perceived as a threat, as any changes in the policy or regulation of this sector has an immediate effect on RateGain’s operations.
In the space of DaaS, RateGain’s main competitors include TravelClick, OTAinsight and Fornova in the hotels segment; InFare in the airline segment; RateHighway in the car rental segment; and Fornova in the online travel agency segment.
In the Distribution market, Siteminder, Derbysoft and TravelClick are its main competitors. However, none of these above companies is publicly listed. This makes RateGain IPO stand apart in this particular category in the stock market and gives it an early mover advantage.
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What is the RateGain IPO price?
The RateGain IPO price band has been set between ₹405 to ₹425 per equity share.
Who are RateGain IPO Lead Managers?
IIFL Securities Ltd, Kotak Mahindra Capital Company Limited, Nomura Financial Advisory And Securities (India) Pvt Ltd.
What is the RateGain IPO date for getting listed on the stock exchange?
RateGain IPO will get listed on 17th December 2021, on both NSE and BSE.4. Who is appointed as the Registrar for RateGain IPO?
The Anand Rathi Wealth IPO’s registrar is KFin Technologies Private Limited.
What is the minimum amount needed to subscribe to RateGain Initial Public Offering?
The minimum order quantity is 1 lot, which has 35 shares. The minimum order amount is Rs. 14,875.
What Issue type does RateGain IPO belong to?
The RateGain IPO is a book building IPO Issue type.
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