Partner news – Hospitality

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The news of the partners this week is underlined by the fact that Duetto has become a preferred supplier of Design Hotels; the CEO of W Income Hospitality joining two boards of directors in Anaheim; and Concord Hospitality associates volunteer their time on the annual corporate day of sharing. Read about all of this and more below.

Duetto joins forces with Design Hotels
Duetto, the hospitality software as a service provider of revenue strategy solutions, has been selected by Design Hotels as its preferred provider of revenue solutions for its independent hotel members.

The partnership agreement allows Design Hotels members to contract with Duetto for its GameChanger app for price optimization and ScoreBoard for smart reporting.

Working closely with Duetto, Design Hotels will provide member properties with access to its Revenue Management Fundamentals, which provides hotels with revenue analysis and auditing, as well as post-implementation assistance with price recommendations once it is completed. ‘they installed Duetto.

Together, the two companies will help drive revenue technology adoption and pricing best practices for the boutique hotel segment.

W Income Hospitality CEO Paul Sanford Joins Anaheim Boards
Paul Sanford, CEO / Asset Manager of W Income Hospitality, has been appointed to the Anaheim Workforce Development Board and the Anaheim Police Department Foundation Board. Sanford joins the leaders of these organizations to help improve the economic growth of the city of Anaheim and create greater opportunities for Anaheim workers and their families.

Having opened the Westin Anaheim Resort less than six months ago and continuing to develop the more than 450 positions for this hotel alone, Sanford is quickly fulfilling its mission to improve the hotel guest experience and create jobs in the city of Anaheim.

Through his appointment to the Anaheim Workforce Development Board, Sanford aims to accelerate job creation and provide training programs for first and second generation immigrants to succeed in the hospitality industry.

Concord Hospitality associates volunteer for the annual day of sharing
For the 13th year in a row, the associates of Concord Hospitality Enterprises have come together for a day of giving known as Share Day. All 139 Concord Hospitality hotels across North America, including 23 states and two Canadian provinces, and the corporate headquarters donated time to charitable activities during the event, donating more than 6,000 volunteer hours in a single day on November 18.

Similar to Sharing Day 2020, each property and head office volunteered in their local communities, totaling 4,920 associates in 83 cities. From volunteering at food banks to organizing clothing drives, helping homeless shelters and animal shelters, and helping with neighborhood and beach cleanups, Share Day 2021 aligns with the Concord’s charitable mission to provide food and shelter to those in need in the communities where associates live and work.

Since the first Share Day in 2009, Concord Hospitality associates have raised over $ 1 million, donated nearly 50,000 hours of service, distributed 3 million meals and renovated 40 homes.

Caesars AC Complexes Raise Over $ 72,000 For Breast Cancer Awareness
Throughout the month of October, Tropicana, Caesars and Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City raised over $ 72,000 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month through various fundraising activities.

Joe Lodise, SVP / General Manager, Caesars Atlantic City; Chris Rippy, vice president, food and beverages, Tropicana Atlantic City; and Bobby Kahler, Regional Director of Marketing Operations, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, participated in the American Cancer Society’s Real Men Wear Pink campaign, where male community leaders from across the country used the power of pink to raise awareness and raise awareness. funds for the American Cancer Society.

Caesars Entertainment’s Atlantic City Resorts sponsored Making Strides Walk in Ocean City, NJ. The American Cancer Society launched the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks to unite communities in the fight against this deadly disease. Today, Making Strides is the nation’s largest network of breast cancer events and fundraiser to help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking breast cancer research and provide services to patients like free trips to chemo, free accommodation near the treatment and 24-hour live entertainment. 7 Cancer helpline.

Saber forms strategic partnership with TUI Group
Saber Corporation, a software and technology provider for the global travel industry, has formed a long-term partnership with TUI Group, an integrated tourism group, which views Saber Hospitality Solutions as a distribution provider and business partner for The group’s own hotel brands around the world, which include TUI Blue, Robinson and TUI Magic Life.

Over the course of the partnership, approximately 70 hotels in the TUI portfolio will use Saber’s platform solution, including SynXis Central Reservations (CR) and Channel Connect, to enable its new distribution strategy. The group will benefit from the cutting edge technology of the Saber SynXis platform to streamline operations and increase its global presence while securing an effective and future-ready channel strategy that will help maximize channel revenues. direct and indirect.

Together with Saber, TUI’s hospitality division will explore opportunities for product innovation and distribution growth, while blazing a new path towards full digitalization. With their combined expertise in the leisure segment, TUI and Saber will seek to implement an innovative revenue generation strategy that will help fuel the travel resumption and anticipate future business needs.

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