CDI's GlobalSuite line tabbed by more U.S. gaming properties
“As a long time user of CDI’s legacy product, we were very impressed to see their technology transition with the new GlobalSuite data visualization platform,” said Anthony Gustafson, director of information technology, Grand Victoria Casino. “They’ve done their homework in providing a feature rich, scalable program with the ability to grow and fine tune to casino needs.”
GlobalSuite provides single and multi-casino operators a thorough view of their gaming data from a user configured 2D and ultra 3D visualization module and data analysis control center. Easy to deploy, powerful and affordable, its capabilities allows users to analyze and explore data with unprecedented level of speed, flexibility and visual creativity, according to company reports.
“Needless to say we are honored and pleased to be working with leading casino companies in the rollout of GlobalSuite,” said George Levine, CDI corporate spokesman. “Built using the latest in Microsoft technologies, the state-of –the-art platform provides plenty of bandwidth in meeting current and future customer requirements. We are just scratching the surface.”
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.
This past June, CDI GlobalSuite was recognized in Casino Journal’s Top 20 Technology Awards for excellence in the development of innovative gaming products and technologies in 2011. “Receiving this recognition is a great validation of CDI’s ongoing commitment to the casino industry,” Levine said. “Most importantly, our GlobalSuite product development team will continue to work with an extensive CDI customer base in creating real world user-centric solutions designed to generate rapid results and measurable returns.”