Alabama casinos opt for CDI’s GlobalSuite analysis solution
March 1, 2013
Data Imaging (CDI), a leader in casino management and digital media wayfinding
solutions to the gaming industry, has sold its award winning GlobalSuite Advanced
Visualization and Analysis program to three Alabama casinos operated by the
Poarch Band of Creek Indians (PCI Gaming).
The implementation also includes CDI’s multi-casino enterprise solution.
“After a review of the products available on the market, we chose CDI’s GlobalSuite for several reasons including the program is functionally rich, it meets our current needs and forecasted growth, it’s easy to use and understand, and it integrates nicely into our other SQL based data analyses and data sets, ” said Ron Nesbitt, PCI Gaming’s vice president of gaming.
Built using the latest in Microsoft business intelligence technologies, CDI GlobalSuite’s analytical, visualization and reporting capabilities are designed to meet a variety of user levels assisting decision makers to quickly monitor, analyze, and take action.
“Utilizing multidimensional databases and cubes accelerate the analysis process allowing GlobalSuite users to quickly gain insight via canned and custom reports [featuring built-in traffic lights, alerts, and dynamic report parameters], easy Excel exports, dashboards, trend and multi-game/ multi-denomination analysis, 2D/3D casino floor data visualization and much more,” stated Casino Data Imaging spokesman, George Levine. “We are exceptionally proud and privileged to be partnering with PCI Gaming in providing further insight of their data and maximizing efficiencies and profitability.”
The GlobalSuite platform allows CDI to look at logical future add-ons and enhancements including Windows 8 capabilities, touchscreen and handheld devices, and be positioned when our clients are ready. Mobility goes beyond the confines of the casino. GlobalSuite is an XAML based application and can be compiled as a browser based application and run inside Internet Explorer.
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