The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has contracted JOSEPH EVE CPAs to conduct an enterprise-wide BSA/Title 31 risk assessment for each of the Nation’s eight standalone casino operations and its 12 Casino Travel Plaza locations.
Employee “empowerment” has been a part of the business vocabulary for a few decades now. The term generally means giving team members the authority and the power to make a decision on behalf of a customer, typically one who has had a bad experience.
I’d like to begin this column with a little personal history—when I first started in trade journalism, I cut my teeth on magazines covering the shopping center industry. For that reason, I have always had a soft spot for the business, and keep track of it as best I can through print and online media sources.
Data is power, and the powerful “2016 Indian Gaming Cost of Doing Business Report” from JOSEPH EVE CPAs is filled with valuable data to enable tribal operators to make better and more informed business decisions.
Casino operators and suppliers must now attempt to take advantage of new global growth opportunities, adapt and respond to new online competitors, innovate to reach new audiences and develop features to enhance the player experience.