H.n.h Hotels & Resorts to improve revenue strategy with Duetto partnership

H.n.h. Hotels & Resorts S.p.A. will be able to maximize on its open-pricing philosophy by independently yielding all segments, channels and room types in real time.

H.n.h. Hotels & Resorts S.p.A. has partnered with Duetto to implement the its cloud solutions to the 11 H.n.h hotels currently operating in Italy. The company will implement Duetto’s price-optimization app, GameChanger, across its portfolio. The hotel management company already manages a number of independent and branded properties in Italy, and it recently entered into an agreement to manage the DoubleTree by Hilton Trieste.

"It is essential today to have tools and technologies that will help us to improve our performance and stay one step ahead of our competitors," said Francesco Criscuolo, director of revenue and sales of H.n.h. Hotels & Resorts S.p.A., in a statement. "Duetto is not just a partner. Using this software, it is a challenge for us. It is a challenge because it helps you think outside the box: reorganizing processes and optimizing times, providing complex real-time data and pricing suggestions, driving you toward profitability."

By adopting Duetto's GameChanger, H.n.h. Hotels & Resorts S.p.A. will be able to maximize on its open-pricing philosophy by independently yielding all segments, channels and room types in real time. GameChanger also will enable the hotel management company to draw on web shopping regrets and denials data to better measure guests' price sensitivity.

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