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Hotel-Online – Duetto to Integrate TravelClick’s Demand Hotel Business Intelligence Data into its Market-Leading Revenue Strategy Solution

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By Editorial Staff, Hotel Online

Combined Offering Expected During First Half of 2016
NEW YORK – March 3, 2016 – TravelClick, a global provider of innovative cloud-based solutions that enable hotels to grow revenue, and Duetto, a market leader in hotel and casino profit optimization technology, have joined forces to integrate TravelClick’s Demand360® data into Duetto’s GameChanger revenue strategy application to make Open Pricing an even more powerful tool in today’s complex distribution landscape. Hoteliers can further leverage Duetto’s core functionality that enables hoteliers to independently yield all segments, channels, offers and room types in real time with TravelClick’s unique insights into future demand by segment and channel.

Hotels that subscribe to TravelClick’s robust, market-leading business intelligence data, Demand360, can integrate its powerful data into Duetto’s GameChanger solution. Demand360 is the only intelligence product available to the hotel industry that provides visibility to future occupancy levels by segment and channel for a competitive set of hotels. Integrating this data seamlessly into Duetto’s solution will deliver advanced, real-time pricing recommendations to help hotels transform revenue strategy and drive more profitability. The integration is expected to be completed in the first half of 2016.

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