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Hard Rock Las Vegas Partners With Duetto

Hard Rock Las Vegas Partners With Duetto

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has contracted with Duetto, the hospitality industry’s only revenue strategy platform, to implement its cloud-based applications GameChanger and ScoreBoard at Hard Rock’s 1,504-room property.

Duetto’s flagship Open Pricing application GameChanger will allow Hard Rock Las Vegas to refine its pricing and digital distribution strategies to fine-tune room-type pricing across guest rooms, suites and penthouses. ScoreBoard, the cloud solution for intelligent reporting, will allow Hard Rock to build forecasts, budgets and other crucial reports and share them more easily across the organization for faster decision-making.

Duetto Co-Founder and Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer Marco Benvenuti (l.) said, “Hard Rock Hotel & Casino stands out as one of Las Vegas’ most iconic properties, offering everything from world-class accommodations and gaming to an unmatched entertainment experience. The strategies that started it all for Duetto were tailor-made for an integrated resort like Hard Rock, and we can’t wait to contribute to the success of this team.”

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