How will the hotel industry shape up in 2024?
Duetto, a leading hospitality industry Revenue Management Software (RMS), is reaching out to hoteliers and industry leaders from around the world to find out what they are predicting will be the trends to watch out for in the year ahead.
The cloud-based hotel solutions provider has launched its third annual Duetto Revenue Management Outlook & Trends Survey 2024. This short five-minute survey will give hoteliers a chance to inform what they think the industry will look like next year.
Open to hoteliers, revenue consultants, owners, and asset managers, the Revenue Management Outlook & Trends Survey 2024 is looking for input on:
- The biggest challenges facing hoteliers in 2024
- Trends in hotel technology investment and adoption
- The growing importance of automated processes in revenue management
- How hotels intend to optimize business mix in 2024
This is the third annual survey from Duetto. The 2023 results showed that continued investment in technology, the return of business travel and groups business, and short booking windows were just some of the major trends that were expected to play out in the last year.
“Increasingly, a short-term booking window represents an opportunity to connect with a more mobile, more astute, and engaged traveler, switching seamlessly between business and leisure profiles,” said Chris Crowley, Chief Revenue Officer, Duetto, reporting on the 2023 results.
“Hotels are learning to integrate customer data and loyalty profiles across the entire spend onsite to curate personalized offers for a more discerning guest. A guest that is used to shopping in a short-term booking window and to making direct decisions with their hotel supplier,” he added.
The Duetto Revenue Management Outlook & Trends Survey 2024 will run until January 15, 2024. Results will be reported in early February.
Fill out the survey here and let Duetto know more about what trends you see shaping hotel revenue management in 2024: HERE
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