Posts Tagged ‘Hotel Big Data’

Stop calling it “Unconstrained Demand!”

by Marco Benvenuti, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer and Co-Founder |

While going through old books the other day, I came across a textbook from my Ancient Greek class in high school. Thumbing through the book, an interesting word jumped out at me: “tautology,” which comes from the Greek “tauto” (the same) and “logos” (word or idea). A tautology is a figure of speech to describe an unnecessary repetition of meaning, basically using more than one word to say the same thing.

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Revenue Management is Key Hub in Hotel Operations

by Ed Watkins, Contributing Editor |

There is no more dynamic or interdependent business than the operation of a hotel. It’s an environment that brings together various functions —from food and beverage to housekeeping to maintenance to sales and marketing — all under one roof, and with a common goal of maximizing profitability.

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Personalized hotel offerings are no longer optional

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

Five trending hotel news stories and Duetto’s Take on how they will impact your hotel Revenue Strategy.

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Calvin Anderson: Big Data is Creating New Hotel Revenue Opportunities

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

At Duetto, we often talk about the evolution of hotel revenue management and the need for hotel companies to hire analytics-driven, numbers-oriented people – often times from outside of hospitality – to kick-start new and innovative pricing techniques.

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Use Big Data to Help Prepare for a Downturn

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

Five trending hotel news stories and Duetto’s Take on how they will impact your hotel Revenue Strategy.

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