MarginFuel provides intelligent price optimisation software that empowers rental vehicle operators to build profitable pricing strategies, on average delivering 6% - 10% revenue gains year on year.
Advanced forecasting and AI technology delivered in a seamless, easy-to-use interface that provides you with a competitive edge. MarginFuel is not a ‘race to the bottom’ automated approach to pricing, but empowers our customers with the ability to anticipate where the market is going, so you can react faster than your competitors and make the smart plays.
MarginFuel’s solutions are backed with an expert team, which includes data scientists recognised for their machine learning and AI expertise. These world class experts have successfully managed pricing programmes at Tier 1, mid-size and high growth smaller operators; racking up over 500,000 hours of predictive modelling and price optimisation experience from across the tourism industry, including rental vehicle operators.
This deep experience is baked into the MarginFuel product suite. Our technology infrastructure handles data at scale making millions of forecasts and price recommendations daily across our customer network.
We are also extending into providers offering MaaS (mobility-as-a-service), providing predictive modelling, fleet flow optimisation and dynamic pricing capability.
Andrew is the founder of MarginFuel. Prior to building MarginFuel he played a major role in developing and implementing highly successful price optimisation programmes at Air New Zealand, KiwiRail and Interislander.
There would be few people in the world with more experience in dynamic pricing, especially in the tourism sector.
Find out more about Andrew on his LinkedIn page.
Steven has a strong background in transportation and other commercial sectors, having worked with a number of New Zealand's largest companies including KiwiRail, Keolis Group, NZ Transport Agency, along with ANZ and Contact Energy. He has also worked overseas with multinationals such as Pfizer and WPP Advertising.
Find out more about Steven on his LinkedIn page.
Charlie joined the MarginFuel team in early 2017 as a Wellington-based investor, and brings to the table a wide experience in working with companies that have successfully executed significant growth opportunities.
Charlie's previous roles include Chief Executive of Promisia Integrative Limited, a mainboard listed entity on the NZ Stock Exchange. Under his leadership, Promisia experienced sales growth of over 600%, which resulted in the company’s market capitalisation increasing by over 500%.
Charlie will be instrumental in helping MarginFuel realise its strategic growth ambitions and review its forward capital requirements. As of early 2019, he has taken on a full-time role leading the business development.
Find out more about Charlie on his LinkedIn page.
Indima comes to MarginFuel with a wide range of experience, including 21 years with Hayleys Advantis Ltd, a major logistics business based in Sri Lanka. Indima’s time at Hayleys saw her in a number of roles, including Financial Controller and General Manager - Group Finance.
She's a Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants UK - (CIMA), Member of CPA Australia, and has a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka.
As MarginFuel’s Finance Manager, Indima will lead the finance, payroll and office administration functions, as well as providing financial advice to support business decision making.
Find out more about Indima on her LinkedIn page.
Find out more about Chris on his LinkedIn page.
Laurelle Morris comes to the company with an extensive background in the car rental industry and a wealth of experience, including 10 years at Europcar as the New Zealand Area Manager and Customer Experience National Manager.
Her career began on the front line of the industry in customer service and progressed to branch management and sales.
Laurelle joined the team at MarginFuel to lead the company’s focus on customer success and to drive an improved customer-centric product with better, more responsive support levels.
Find out more about Laurelle on her LinkedIn page.
Jeremy wrote his first program in 1978, and has been hooked on technology ever since.
Jeremy was the national manager for the support and continuous delivery team at Intergen. Prior to that, he was the development chapter lead for the payments team at TradeMe, responsible for all their payment platforms (Paynow, Ping, and Paystation).
Find out more about Jeremy on his LinkedIn page.