Table Trac Completes New Systems Contract to Provide Pit River Tribe with Casino Management System
Table Trac Inc., a developer and provider of casino information and management systems that automate and monitor the operations of casinos, has completed a new systems contract to provide the Pit River Tribe with a casino management system at the Pit River Casino in Burney, California.
Casino management system provides a full complement of all of the modules necessary to ensure floor operations, real-time floor monitoring, daily revenue auditing, and managerial accounting and players club operations for any size casino.
Casino management system also includes a comprehensive suite of management tools, including slot accounting, patron management, player tracking, as well as PromoTrac and KioskTrac, unique revenue driving marketing and promotional products.
The Table Trac system is expected to be installed in the first quarter of 2013.
'Before selecting Table Trac we researched several casino management systems,' said Mike Avelar, general manager of the Pit River Casino, in a statement
'The Table Trac system will provide us with a host of cutting-edge features and operational efficiencies that will be of great benefit to our players and guests," said Avelar.
'Gaming in Northern California is highly competitive and we are confident that our system capabilities and support teams, coupled with the leadership of the Pit River Tribe, will further position the Pit River Casino as the best in class in this marketplace,' said Glenn Goulet, chief executive officer at Table Trac, Inc.
Earlier in January, Table Trac had announced the completion of a new systems contract to provide the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel with a casino management system at the Santa Ysabel Casino in North San Diego County, California.
Table Trac will be installing its latest casino management system which includes a comprehensive suite of management tools, including slot accounting, patron management, player tracking, as well as PromoTrac and KioskTrac.
The Table Trac system will replace the casino's existing casino management system and is expected to be installed in the first quarter of 2013.
Edited by Braden Becker
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