Revinate partners with Duetto to push upsells, upgrades

The real-time pricing solution will enable personalized offers to maximize conversion and revenue.  Photo credit: Revinate

Revinate has partnered with Duetto to enhance its guest marketing solution. Joint customers will be able to use Duetto’s platform and its open pricing application GameChanger to dynamically price upsells and upgrades driven through Revinate marketing. The real-time pricing solution will enable personalized offers to maximize conversion and revenue.

“Duetto shares our core belief that data can be used to optimize guest lifetime value, driving maximum profit for the hotel, all while delighting the guest,” Revinate’s Chief Product Officer Dan Hang said in a statement. “Having Duetto’s platform work with Revinate marketing means that our customers will drive more revenue with real-time data and personalized offers.”

Hotel Spero in San Francisco is one of the first hotels to use the joint solution in its prestay communications with guests.

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“We can already see the difference that dynamic pricing and personalized communications can have on upgrade revenue,” said Tomo Kakegawa, corporate director of revenue management and digital marketing. “We’re thrilled that these two software companies have come together to innovate and push the limits of technology to help the industry drive more revenue through data.”

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