Duetto Scales its Global Sales Solutions Team

SAN FRANCISCO AND LAS VEGAS—Duetto has expanded its sales solutions team with the recent addition of more than 30 experienced professionals joining in six cities.

Adoption of Duetto’s core revenue strategy solutions continues to accelerate, with exponential growth seen each quarter, according to the company. New customers include Red Lion Hotels Corporation and dozens of other hotels and casino hotel groups in 16 countries.

According to Duetto, the company is continuing its aggressive recruiting and hiring worldwide and expects to make additional announcements in coming weeks.

To spearhead the growth, software sales executive Keno Helmi joined as EVP of Worldwide Field Operations. With more than 15 years of experience developing teams at companies such as Digby and Hewlett-Packard, Helmi leads Duetto’s team of sales professionals out of Duetto offices in San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, London, Singapore and Austin, TX.

Duetto’s CEO, Patrick Bosworth, stated, “I am excited to announce the addition of an unrivaled team of professionals to help accelerate our worldwide growth at a moment filled with opportunities for the hotel industry. The development of market leading sales capabilities is instrumental in our continued success, as we provide well-suited solutions that precisely meet the needs of our customers.”

The recent senior-level additions to Duetto’s worldwide sales solutions team include Helmi, working out of Austin; Patrick Andres, Singapore, who brings senior executive management experience at Travelport, Sabre and other leading travel brands; Amanda See, also in Singapore, who brings senior sales experience from Sabre, WORLD HOTELS, Pan Pacific Hotel Group and more; and Alex Barros, who brings more than a decade of executive experience to Duetto’s new office in London.

Moreover, to support its growth, in July, Duetto announced a Series B funding led by Accel Partners to continue its expansion into key markets throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. It will announce the formal opening of its offices in London and Singapore, along with additional executive appointments, in coming weeks.