Casino Data Imaging announced that Northern Quest Resort & Casino has deployed CDI’s GlobalSuite advanced visualization and analysis solutions to further maximize product performance to over 1600 gaming devices plus table games.
“Not only were we looking for the best possible technology solution for performance analytics, Northern Quest needed a true strategic partner,” said Rick Gladfelder, Northern Quest’s executive director of slots. “GlobalSuite allows us to delve into every aspect of the casino to identify areas of exceptional performance as well as weaknesses and inefficiencies. The decisions we make every day based on reports and visualizations increase our bottom line and keep us competitive as we continue to grow.”
Built using the latest in Microsoft technologies including Power BI, CDI’s GlobalSuite advanced visualization and analysis capabilities are designed to meet a variety of user levels and assist decision makers to quickly monitor, analyze, and take action. Power BI is the tip of a very large Microsoft business analytics iceberg allowing CDI to continue building momentum as a key differentiator from our competitors. CDI's strengths lie in our user-driven approach to casino analysis, its ease of use, value-added support and commitment to a logical and powerful development roadmap.
“We are honored to have been selected by Northern Quest as they continue to enhance their casino analysis services and efficiencies. Partnering with their management team has allowed our engineering to adapt certain GlobalSuite functionality to better meet requirements plus fine tune features and performance for slots, player data and table games,” said George J. Levine, casino data imaging corporate spokesman.
Utilizing multidimensional databases and cubes accelerate the analysis process allowing GlobalSuite users to quickly gain performance insights via 2D/3D casino floor data visualization, collection of interactive dashboards, Power Zoom segmentation, scalable and dynamic reporting environments, auto updating, multi-game multi-denomination, multi-casino enterprise, and more.
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