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Grand Casinos Select Agilysys

Grand Casinos Select Agilysys

Hospitality software supplier Agilysys announced that Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Grand Casino Hinckley, both located in eastern Minnesota, have selected a suite of Agilysys solutions to streamline operations and enhance guest service.

The properties are longtime users of the Agilysys LMS property management system, and this deal will include the InfoGenesis POS, InfoGenesis Flex and rGuest Pay.

The two Grand Casino properties, which include more than 1,000 guest rooms and nine restaurants, needed integrated point-of-sale and payment gateway solutions that would optimize food, beverage and retail service and secure sensitive cardholder data.

“We insisted on state-of-the-art technology for our new point-of-sale and payment gateway solutions,” said Timothy Johnson, director of information technology for Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Grand Casino Hinckley. “Agilysys offered everything we were looking for, with mobile and fixed POS systems that will streamline our food, beverage and retail operations, along with a robust payment gateway solution.”

Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Grand Casino Hinckley will use the following Agilysys solutions:

• InfoGenesis POS, a comprehensive point-of-sale system that combines an easy-to-use terminal and tablet touch-screen application with industry-leading offline capabilities;

• InfoGenesis Flex, Agilysys’ mobility solution that offers full point-of-sale functionality on a convenient tablet device; and,

• Guest Pay, the Agilysys payment gateway solution that enables complete and secure payment processing.

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