Amara Hotels & Resorts selects Duetto as revenue-strategy partner

Amara Singapore is one of the hotels that have adopted Duetto’s open pricing application, GameChanger, and its offering for intelligent reporting, ScoreBoard. Photo credit: Amara Hotels & Resorts

Amara Hotels & Resorts has partnered with Duetto to implement two of the company's cloud applications for greater collaboration and more data-driven pricing and distribution decisions across Amara's hotel group.

The Singapore-based company will adopt Duetto’s open-pricing application, GameChanger, and its offering for intelligent reporting, ScoreBoard, exclusively across its four hotel and resort properties. Amara sought cloud-based solutions like Duetto's to ensure its hotel technology stack could scale with the company as it embarked upon growth plans, Amara Hotels SVP Dawn Teo said in a statement.

“Having a centralized, fully integrated revenue-strategy platform was important to our organization, so we found not only Duetto's apps compelling, but also its approach to revenue strategy that emphasizes collaboration and sharing data among hotel departments,” she said. “The technology enables the strategy, and vice versa. We look forward to implementing both apps in the next few years.”

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Amara manages four high-end properties: its flagship city-center hotel Amara Singapore, the Amara Sanctuary Resort on Sentosa Island in Singapore, Amara Bangkok and Amara Signature Shanghai.

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