Posts Tagged ‘revenue management system’

Webinar, live demonstration will showcase Personalized Loyalty Pricing

by Newswire |

Duetto will host a free webinar and live demonstration of its breakthrough Personalized Loyalty Pricing feature, led by Co-founder and Chief Product & Analytics Officer Marco Benvenuti. Held Sept. 1 at 11 a.m. EST, the discussion will focus on the ability within Duetto’s GameChanger system to offer dynamic loyalty rates on a hotel’s direct-booking channels, yielded according to demand and customer worth.

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Building a Better RMS: Scaling GameChanger With MongoDB

by Craig Weissman, CTO and Co-Founder |

Like many growth companies in the software-as-a-service field, Duetto has scaled rapidly every year, not only to serve more customers but also to add more features to our core GameChanger app. MongoDB, both the product and the company, has been an important part of our growth story as a hotel technology company.

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Building a Better RMS: Running GameChanger on AWS Cloud

by Craig Weissman, CTO and Co-Founder |

Duetto’s core technology offering has grown rapidly over the past few years as we’ve delivered on the initial promise of a modern Revenue Strategy system for hoteliers through Open Pricing. We accomplished this using most of the same cloud-based architectural decisions we began with, but with a number of changes and improvements that have happened along the way.

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European Hotels Engender Loyalty with Better Revenue Management, Marketing

by Sarah McCay Tams, Contributing Editor, EMEA |

In June 2015, citizenM Hotels’ Commercial Director Lennert De Jong was elected to succeed Christian Boerger as chair of the HSMAI Region Europe Revenue Management Board.

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4 Threats to Hotel Industry Growth

by Mark Brandau, Director of Content |

If the U.S. economy enters a recession and a hotel industry downtown follows, Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson doesn’t think hotel developers should take the blame. In his eyes, slowing demand is always more at fault than any prospect of over-building.

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