Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI) has announced that the newly opened Legends Bay Casino and Casino Fandango, located in Northern Nevada, have deployed its Unified Gaming Platform – Nimble Edition.
The platform’s purpose is to align marketing, player development and casino operations around one view of the casino’s data.
Carson City-located Casino Fandango features over 700 slots, 10 table games, a sportsbook, and a range of dining and entertaining options, while Legends Bay Casino features slots and table games, as well as Nevada’s only Circa Sports Sportsbook, in addition to several dining options and bars.
Traci Ferrante, Regional VP at Information Technology for Olympia Gaming, commented: “We are very impressed with the QCI product and their team. Being able to link player data with slot data in a meaningful way and knowing who is on the floor right now is invaluable.
“Having the QCI Marketing tool automate the loading of our marketing offers has alleviated a time-consuming process and eliminated the potential for data entry mistakes. This software elevates our analytics and decision-making for both properties.”
Dr Ralph Thomas, CEO of QCI, added: “Legends Bay Casino and Casino Fandango’s decision to select our Unified Gaming Platform shows the importance of continually developing products that truly fit our customers’ needs.
“The Nimble Edition was developed specifically for casinos with under 1,000 slots, allowing their hosts, marketing executives and casino operations teams to function in a modern, data-enriched environment.
“With QCI now deployed in over 75 casino resorts in North America and over 4,000 sites worldwide, we are confident our proven product will meet the dynamic needs of Legends Bay Casino and Casino Fandango.”
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