Revenue management solution delivers a fresh and vibrant brand evolution.
SAN FRASCISCO – Duetto, hospitality industry’s Revenue Management Software (RMS), has unveiled a refreshed brand ahead of exhibiting at ITB Berlin this week.
The brand refresh incorporates the mathematical ‘greater’ symbol and a dynamic color palette, in a bold move to differentiate it from other hotel revenue tech vendors.
“Our original logo was taken from the iconic curves of the Alfa Romeo Duetto. Not only was it an aspirational car for our co-founder, Marco Benvenuti, but it also symbolized speed and acceleration, all delivered with a fantastic driver (user) experience. It was no mistake that the curves also evoked the greater symbol,” explained David Woolenberg, CEO, Duetto.
“Now, as 2023 gets underway, and as the hotel industry is truly on an upward trajectory, seeing figures surpassing those of 2019, we unveil a brand refresh for Duetto. One that has all the hallmarks of our past and represents our promise to our hotel clients: Duetto delivers greater revenue,” Woolenberg added.
Complementary colors and icons evoking the ‘greater’ symbol play through to the brand representation of the company’s core products:
- GameChanger helps maximize booking revenues and profits. It empowers hotels to sharpen revenue management strategies through innovative technology.
- ScoreBoard helps hotels, casinos, and resorts create accurate day-level forecasts in minutes and receive business insights instantly through custom reports and interactive dashboards.
- BlockBuster is a group accommodation software that helps hotels discover the optimal blend of group and transient business at the right rate, at the right time.
The website refresh also includes new, easy-to-navigate pages on property types, including hotels, casinos, resorts, and extended stay, as well as revenue challenges, such as total profit optimization, multi-property management, forecasting, and reporting.
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