For many casino organizations, maintenance of slot machines and equipment is of the utmost importance, since the service level is often a good indicator of the hospitality towards the visitor.
By offering smarter tools to these organizations, they are able to accomplish their maintenance cycles more effectively and purposefully.
Gaming Asset Management Environment (or G.A.M.E. for short) gives complete control over all of the most important assets of an organization in one glance, real time—tracking slot machines, gaming tables and all other critical peripherals from the time of placing an order to the moment it is put to rest, and every single instance in between. Users will have full insight of their whereabouts and their operational status, providing them with the tools to initiate curative or periodic maintenance as required.
Accessible from a computer all day, every day, globally, users will be able to receive information about the day-to-day occurrences of these high-valued assets and have their organization directly interact to ensure limited down-times and guarantee the broadest level of service to casino customers. Using G.A.M.E.’s clean and intuitive dashboard minimizes learning curves so the user instantly becomes productive. It’s configurable to fit every need for companies’ staff and processes. Users love being able to “zoom in” to the assets, allowing them to view and solve issues without leaving their desk.
Developed to gain a broad insight into the status and movements of the possessions, G.A.M.E.’s dashboard gives a clear overview of all assets at one glance, whether it be a single property or spread across multiple locations. In clear tabs, the user can track them from ordering until delivery, configuration, transport to the venue and placement on the casino floor.
Filtering options by type, brand or location allows users instant access to the asset of choice and all of its relevant information.
For more information, visit gamingsupport.com or visit the company’s stand at ICE Totally Gaming, N2-210.