Constance Hotels & Resorts implements new revenue strategy

By adopting open pricing, Constance properties will now be able to yield rates more rapidly and with greater flexibility.

Constance Hotels & Resorts is bringing Duetto’s cloud-based solutions to the seven Constance resorts in luxury destinations across the Indian Ocean. Mauritius-based Constance has agreed to implement Duetto's price-optimization app, GameChanger, and its intelligent reporting solution, ScoreBoard, across more than 1,000 rooms. But the hotel company was drawn to more than just the new capabilities enabled by those cloud applications, said Jean-Jacques Vallet, CEO for Constance Hotels & Resorts.

"We anticipate GameChanger and ScoreBoard having a meaningful impact on our strategy in the near term, but we also like our prospects for growing together with Duetto as both companies continue to prioritize and value innovation," Vallet said. "Constance Hotels has very ambitious goals for its revenue strategy and performance in the future, and we think Duetto's product roadmap and customer success support model can help us achieve those targets."

By adopting open pricing, the foundation of Duetto's GameChanger application, Constance will now be able to yield rates more rapidly and with greater flexibility, drawing on web shopping regrets and denials data to better measure price sensitivity. ScoreBoard, the revenue intelligence application, will enable Constance to compile and centralize up-to-the-minute reports on performance data and forecasts, display custom reports in minutes, and deliver big-picture insights across the entire company with one click.

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