European hospitality group H-Hotels has signed an agreement to work with Duetto to optimise its revenue strategy.
The deal initially covers 61 properties in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and will eventually be rolled out to other European destinations.
H-Hotels.com will use Duetto’s open pricing application, GameChanger, intelligent reporting solution ScoreBoard and groups business application BlockBuster.
Alexander Fitz, chief executive of H-Hotels AG, said: “We have a lot of expertise and know-how but appreciate that we need to work with the best technology service providers in order to fully drive our Revenue Strategy.
“Digitisation is key. Duetto’s Open Pricing solution will help us to optimise our rates to take full advantage of market demand. Duetto’s solutions will also provide a more in-depth view of how our portfolio is performing, helping us to see opportunities and act upon them.”
Marco Benvenuti, chief marketing and strategy officer at Duetto, added: “H-Hotels is an innovative industry leader in the DACH region eager to adopt the very latest technological solutions.
“They understand the benefits of operating a cloud-based Revenue Strategy Platform and how it will help them to make better informed decisions to maximise on opportunities. Working together, we look forward to helping them advance their Revenue Strategy.”
Duetto’s cloud-based Revenue Strategy Platform provides technologies to bring efficiency and profitability to hotels’ revenue strategies.
GameChanger yields rates independently by property and stay date, room type, booking channel and customer segment, driving increased revenue, profit and efficiency.
ScoreBoard, enables hotels to produce and share multi-property reports such as financial forecasts and budgets, Duetto saying this means more accurate reporting and streamlined operations.
BlockBuster helps hotels to bring together sales and revenue management to yield group bookings and optimise on contracted business.
Family-owned H-Hotels Group operates over 10,000 rooms across its own brands, including Hyperion, H4 Hotels, H2 Hotels, H+ Hotels and H.ostels.
The group has plans to expand in Spain, Italy and Hungary, while the company’s first property in Budapest is currently under construction.