Eurostar partners with Wiremind for AI-Powered revenue management

Eurostar partners with Wiremind for AI-Powered revenue management

The two companies signed a five-year deal for CAZYN services

Eurostar has chosen Wiremind and its revenue management solution, CAYZN.

The implementation of CAYZN at Eurostar is scheduled to begin soon, with the official go-live planned for Q1 2025.

Eurostar’s decision to adopt CAYZN stems from the success it demonstrated in improving revenues for multiple railway operators, including SNCF, DSB, MTRX, VR, and others. 

CAYZN currently optimizes prices and routes for an annual 250 million passengers, a number which will increase with the addition of Eurostar.

With pan European rail provider on board, Wiremind’s footprint in Europe is now further strengthened.

“We place our trust in this intelligent digital solution to ensure that our customers are offered the best options at best rates and on routes that maximize our efficiency, profitability, and – in the long term – our sustainability and support our growth ambitions,” said François Le Doze, chief commercial officer of Eurostar.

In collaborating with Wiremind, Eurostar is looking to modernise its revenue management operations, to identify new revenue opportunities and improve its load factors.

The two companies recently signed a 5-year partnership contract until 2029.

“We are proud to count such a major operator like Eurostar as our customer,” says Colin Girault-Matz, CEO of Wiremind. 

“This partnership with Eurostar is a significant step forward for Wiremind and expands our presence in Europe. 

"CAYZN remains one of the most advanced Revenue Management Solutions available to the rail industry, and Wiremind is continuously improving its AI-based models to ensure optimum revenue and load factor optimization for customers. 

"Wiremind aims to be the world leader in revenue management for passenger transportation, and the addition of Eurostar to our client base is a significant milestone on the journey towards achieving this goal.”