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YOTEL, Duetto enter tech partnership


Tech-driven hotel chain adopts cloud-based revenue strategy applications to drive profit.

SAN FRANSISCO - YOTEL, the innovative global hospitality brand for smart, tech savvy travellers, has partnered with Duetto, a leading provider of cloud-based Revenue Strategy applications, to streamline its revenue processes and maximize profitability across its European operations.

YOTEL, renowned for its state-of-the-art approach to hospitality, is implementing Duetto’s pricing application, GameChanger, and its solution for intelligent reporting, ScoreBoard, in eight properties across the globe, totaling 2,776 rooms.

Using GameChanger, which delivers real-time pricing optimisation, YOTEL will be able to deliver increased value to its guests with a competitive Open Pricing strategy that will also enhance the company’s bottom line.

ScoreBoard will enable YOTEL teams, both on-property and at head office, to be able to quickly and efficiently produce forecasts, budgets and multi-property reports, helping to streamline operations and free up more time for strategy.

“YOTEL is a trailblazer when it comes to hospitality – pioneering the smart hotel and now leading the field with its robotic luggage concierge, YOBOT, in the US. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to working together on further innovations in hotel pricing and revenue strategy,” said David Woolenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Duetto.

“We are thrilled to partner with Duetto – a company that is as forward-looking about the hospitality business as YOTEL. Our guest-facing product is innovative and technology driven, and it is therefore imperative that our back-of-house operations should be equally cutting edge,” said Joe Pettigrew, SVP Commercial Strategy for YOTEL.

YOTEL operates properties in airports and cities around the world. Its YOTELAIR properties in Europe include London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Schiphol. It also operates hotels in Edinburgh, Amsterdam and Istanbul, as well as properties in the US and Singapore. The brand will open five more hotels across Europe in the next nine months.

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