Hertz Appoints Two Revenue Management Leaders

Hertz Global Holdings Inc. has announced two new revenue management leaders. Effective April 6, Scot Hornick has been appointed executive vice president, revenue management and Charles Vuono has been appointed vice president, revenue management, effective March 30.

Hornick will report to Jeffrey Foland, senior executive vice president and chief revenue officer, while Vuono will report to Hornick, says the company.

Hornick, who will be responsible for pricing and revenue management, has worked for the past 11 years as a partner leading the customer management and pricing practice at Oliver Wyman.

Vuono, who will be responsible for revenue strategy, planning, forecasting and analytics, has 15 years of experience at United Airlines in various roles in network planning and revenue management. Most recently, he served as managing director of revenue strategy at United Airlines.

"We are pleased to welcome Scot Hornick and Charles Vuono, two highly experienced revenue management leaders, to the Hertz team,” said Foland. “Each brings a depth of experience and knowledge in complementary revenue management areas that will be critical to the sustained success of our commercial strategies."

Comments

  1. John [ March 25, 2015 @ 10:57AM ]

    Hertz is bringing in all the United people that drove UA into the ground. Great strategy. I can see why their financials are in the shape they are, they just do not get it.

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